Saturday, May 10, 2008

So, what's that book about?

One of the interesting and frequently enlightening things about reading reviews of books I represent is seeing the new take on what the book is about.

Here's a review of Bill Cameron's LOST DOG mentioning "It was a real pleasure to read a well-told story about a "small" crime and how it affects and tangles the lives of the witness, the investigator—even the murderer—and the people around them."

I'd never thought of LOST DOG in that way before. I'd always focused on the interesting stuff Bill does with the antagonist.

Very cool!

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