Meet the new post ...
Damien Gay at Crime Down Under has just cited one such shift, in Kathryn Fox's novel Skin and Bone, whose detective protagonist had been a minor character in Fox's earlier work:
"[Fox] has moved the focus away from the forensic pathology side of criminalistics and moved to the coal-face of the homicide detective office in a police procedural story that twists behind a series of cunning facades."I'd asked for examples of authors who changed protagonists. Damien shows the practical effect of one such change. Thanks, mate.
© Peter Rozovsky 2007
Australian crime fiction