A crime/legal thriller set in Philadelphia tackles drugs, money, power, and sex as well as family dysfunction and the corrosive effects of regret.
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A satirical romp through men's obsession with sex leaves the reader looking for something more.
A brief review of Graham Green's The Human Factor. The Cold War fought from behind a desk but just as treacherous.
An intersting minimalist fable. Not exactly deep or moving but an enjoyable literary diversion.
In some ways a fictional memoir but in others a flashback mystery or a reminiscence on youth and memory; at times a gripping novel of suspense while at others a though provoking rumination on the unique perspective of youth; in reality Spies is all of these things and that makes for a great read.
Children of God Go Bowling is light hearted literature that nevertheless deals with real issues in a humorous way. It might not change your life or your mind but it is enjoyable and intelligent. That ought to be worth something these days.