Nothing Like the Night - David Lawrence Reviews
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David Lawrence Nothing Like the Night
Pages: 416, Paperback, Penguin Books Ltd
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
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by - written on 26/09/08 (Very useful, 79 readings)
There is a delicate balance that needs to be made when writing a series of crime novels. As an author sets out on their debut they look at the likes of Ian Rankin's Rebus series and hope to one day make as good a success. Rebus succeeds by having an in-depth and interesting central character, but also some great storylines. Therefore, any new author must balance character development with story. With too little character development a reader may not want to come back for more books, but is there a situation where the character can have too much involvement? At what point does a book stop being about crime and instead about relationships? I think David Lawrence's ... Read the complete review
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