prisonship vague cardinology connotation

it occurs to me that many of the lesser James Lee Burke mysteries (featuring Det. Robicheaux against weird “New South” backdrops) end up being bad novels built entirely out of good sentences. img024(pictured above is the Bist.)

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2 Responses to “prisonship vague cardinology connotation”

  1. Raenie Says:

    You hit the hammer on the head.

  2. Wilbro Says:

    Have you ever read any Caleb Carr novels? What do you think of, say, “The Alienist”? That’s some real good bist you got there. Real. Good.


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