Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Compelling Reading

I just finished reading THE IGNORANCE OF BLOOD by Robert Wilson. What a compelling read. This mystery is the fourth and last in the Javier Falcon series, and now I've gone back to read THE BLIND MAN OF SEVILLE, the first book. Wilson's storylines are complex with worldwide intrigues that make Falcon's life as a homicide detective seem utterly oppressed by violence and crime. As usual, I've fallen a little bit in love with the main character, who possesses equal shares of nobility and humility.

Robert Wilson has agreed to take part in an interview, so be looking for that later in June. Meanwhile, I recommend these fast-moving but complicated mysteries.

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