Sunday, May 31, 2009

"nailed flawlessly"...why yes, yes he did!

Coffee, Black by Bill Cameron unwinds in Seven Corners, "a tangled confluence of streets at the southeast edge of Ladd's Addition," where another former cop is on a stakeout to see who is trashing the Starbucks on a regular basis. The gritty, aging side of PDX hipster culture is nailed flawlessly and the insurance scam at the heart of the story rings perfectly noir."


Mystery Robin said...

Trashing a Starbucks should carry special consequences in the NW. I'm thinking automatic felony.

Sounds like a great story!

Julie Weathers said...

I'm so pleased to hear this. Sounds like a fun read.