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[Anime] Survival of the FittestAnother solid Alex Delaware story, but one you can likely best appreciate if you already know and love the characters.
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This one actually won an Edgar, but did it deserve it?
Apparently, "A Dance at the Slaughterhouse" is an Edgar award-winning novel. To the best of my knowledge, that's the first (and only?) time author Lawrence Block received that particular distinction, and yet as I read through the book, I had no idea I was devouring something that his peers considered so special. It's just another Matthew Scudder novel, if you ask me. Well, mostly.
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Sue Grafton knows how to keep readers satisfied, but this story works best when you're already invested in Kinsey Millhone.
Going into " W Is for Wasted," the most recent novel in the Alphabet Mysteries series that features sleuth Kinsey Millhone, I knew surprisingly little about the plot. "Two dead men changed the course of my life that fall…" read the only plot summary provided on the paperback's rear cover, which is also the first sentence in the brief prologue.
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