Dave's spot on w/ this rec. I'm a huge Gorman fan, and, for me, CAGE OF
NIGHT is one of his top three novels -- BLACK RIVER FALLS and THE POKER CLUB
make up the other two. 'Course, when it comes to Gorman, one is nearly
guaranteed a rewarding read, no matter what work is selected.
But CAGE would indeed make a great place to start.
Btw, since my local Borders stores demonstrated a total lack of common sense
by not ordering Dave's new book, KILLER, I'm heading out this weekend to a
local B&N to pick it up. I hope a few others on this list will join
me...Dave's last book, PARIAH, was tremendous, and this one purports to be
no less incredible.
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> Ed's a good friend of mine, but I don't think that influenced my opinion
of Cage of
> Night. This is a highly compulsively readable book from the first page to
> and is really a masterful piece of small town noir. I highly recommend
> and for anyone who hasn't read Ed yet, this is a good book to start with.
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