[Epub] ➞ Lightning in the Blood Author Gregory S. Fallis – Valtrex-4.us

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  • Hardcover
  • 262 pages
  • Lightning in the Blood
  • Gregory S. Fallis
  • English
  • 07 December 2017
  • 9780312093402

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  1. says:

    The original Joop Wheeler and Kevin Sweeney novel, Greg s first outing for the characters Initially a research project into detective fiction, Greg decided he could do better Luckily for us, and his dissertation, he was right.The story is told in the same alternating voice style as the later Dog on Fire short stories Only this time the voice changes with each chapter rather than with each story And again it works well There seemed to be a couple of chapters that almost felt artificially short, like Greg needed to get back to the other narrator to progress the story at the pace he wanted to But the story progresses according to Greg s plan, so it s a minor quibble.Again, with these stories, Greg is writing about real people, real fictional people that he seems to like Which makes us like them to It s not that the detective stuff suffers there s still a crime, a prime suspect and a herculean effort to investigate that suspect s guilt or otherwise But there s a lot depth to the characters than we often get in fiction where the twists are often seen as important than the story The really interesting thing for me was that I realised I wasn t trying to second guess the author, I wasn t looking for detective fiction clich s or to work out who was guilty or innocent It s not tha...


  2. says:

    Greg Fallis only novel, like his excellent non fiction, draws from his years as a private investigator and prison counselor rather than from other writers legacies or the extensive theory he must have encountered while earning a PhD in the sociology of justice.Joop Wheeler and Kevin Sweeney, a team which has since appeared in Alfred Hitchcock s Mystery Magazine, spend the novel traipsing through the Boston area s lesbian community Wheeler is an intensely polite southerner who will fall for any woman Sweeney is a retired cop.The book unfolds in the first person, with the detectives passing the role of storyteller between them Their current search is for the facts that can form a coherent story for the defense of an uncooperative and unstable woman charged with killing her lover.In what should be an example to others in a genre that often sinks into a world of grandiose make believe, the author relies on well drawn cha...

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