Sins of the Fathers - Lawrence Block Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752834525 / Author: Lawrence Block / Genre: Crime / Thriller / A pretty young girl is butchered in her Greenwich Village apartment. ... more
Sins of the Fathers - Lawrence Block ... The prime suspect dies and NYPD consider the case closed, but Scudder looks into the death for the girl's father. Suddenly he's up to his neck in sleaze and corruption in a world where children must pay for their parents' sins.
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by - written on 01/05/07 (Very useful, 93 readings)
The private investigator genre is pretty much flooded with identical books. The lead character is male and must be a former police officer who became depressed with the work. Once this is established the author must give the PI some sort of substance abuse problem and a broken family – a divorced wife and perhaps a couple of kids they never see. It seems to me that the vast majority of PI books will follow these rules and perhaps throw in a couple of variations to spice things up; a former solider (Elvis Cole books), a female, or even a dinosaur in disguise (Anonymous Rex)! By changing small elements to the basic PI structure authors are hoping to keep their ... Read the complete review
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