The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders - Marshall Browne Reviews
Description:ISBN 0312291493 / Author: Marshall Browne / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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by - written on 10/08/06 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I chose this book partly because it is crime fiction, but mainly because I read J M Coetzee’s Slow Man recently, which is about a man who loses his leg. Clearly, it is a secondary theme in this book, buy losing a limb must be one of the most traumatic things that can happen to anyone and I value books that try to explain the pain and mental anguish that it can cause. Unfortunately, the topic was only lightly touched upon and the book was far too similar to Michael Dibdin’s work to be of any great value. The plot Inspector Anders is a hero because of his actions ten years before, in which he lost a leg. Since then, he has taken desk jobs and thinks that is ... Read the complete review
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