Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Harper about to come on - TCM

From: Joy (
Date: 23 Aug 2010

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      I loved it, too. I was thinking of my best comparison to John Rector's The Cold Kiss and came up with Cleanup because of that protagonist's
    "Well, now what do I do?" as he gets in deeper and deeper while meaning well. There's something about the tone of the two books.

    Joy, now thinking of starting Patison's Bone Rattler

    On 8/23/2010 10:23 AM, David Corbett wrote:
    > I'm reading Sean Doolittle's THE CLEANUP right now and I couldn't tell you what Worth looks like in detail, but even with Sean's meticulously bone-dry prose he's perfectly clear in my mind's eye because of what he does, says, and thinks. (I'm loving this book, btw.)

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