It’s out! In fact, it’s been out for a week. You can get it now, or you can wait for it to go to paperback, which of course it will. Such a riveting mystery deserves to be reblogged.
A good mystery writer engages the writer at the beginning, and gets the adrenaline pumping by the 75% point in the story arc. A great mystery writer grabs us by the shirt right from the get-go, ramps us up into overdrive during the first quarter of the story, and doesn’t let us go till we turn the last page, exhausted, feeling both satisfied and bereaved because the story is over. And Sara Paretsky is a great writer, every single time. She’s only gotten better with this 17th installment of the Vic Warshawski series. Thank you and thank you again (and again, and again) to Putnam-Penguin Publishers and Net Galley for the DRC. You can buy this book July 28 if you want to. And you know you do!
Vic is a working class hero, but she’s left the mean streets of the south part of Chicago behind, and when she…
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