Monday, February 4, 2013

"Harvey’s books are a joy because he excels in every aspect of crime fiction, including adroit plotting, sharp dialogue, subtle characterizations and an underlying, shimmering intelligence that makes it all look easy, which it assuredly is not." —The Washington Post

Posted by Milton B. sauer at 9:25 AM

"Harvey’s books are a joy because he excels in every aspect of crime fiction, including adroit plotting, sharp dialogue, subtle characterizations and an underlying, shimmering intelligence that makes it all look easy, which it assuredly is not." —The Washington Post

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