A great little book...full of very timely good sense and facts aplenty with which you may be a better informed citizen, parent, etc.
are you going to give Mike Hammer some more work pretty soon?
In complementing James Lee I'll resist comparisons and characterizations of his writing.I will simply say that in this day and age and place where I sell you my money's worth, James Lee Burke's books are a worthy exception. I enjoy them, I benefit from them and I look forward to the next one. The only thing I would change is to have more opportunity to combine Burke and Hammer... It's just flat works!
Should be included in school curriculum...
This second of the On Writing books is a disappointing "suckcessor" to Vol. 1. My advice: read Vol. 1 twice.
Like fishin', reading Kelton's stories is enjoyable and the time spent is, I think, just added on to the end of one's life.
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