Saturday, March 09, 2013

The Big O is now a big e-book

A while back I glommed onto an Irish crime novel called The Big O.
"The deliciously complicated plotting," I wrote, "the wry dialogue and the sympathy Burke engenders for his cast of characters made this one of the most fun and purely pleasurable reads I've had in a while."
Reviewers invoked names such as Westlake, Leonard, and Hiaasen, which lets you know you'll crack a smile reading it. And now you can read it on your mobile reading device for $4.99, as well you should. Find out why Detectives Beyond Borders called The Big O a "tour de fun."
I sent Alan Glynn a verbal high five a year and half ago for exposing narrative's use as a contemporary weasel word in his novel Bloodland. His new Graveland, out this spring, does something similar with going forward, as well it should.

Read more about corporate and government weasel words at the Weasel Words Web site.

© Peter Rozovsky 2013

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Blogger adrian mckinty said...


Its a wonderful read and if it gets more people reading the Edgar Award Nominated author Declan Burke its a very good thing indeed.

March 10, 2013  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Good gravy, how could I neglected to mention, once again, Declan and John Connolly's nomination for Books to Die For? I'll be at the dinner and ready to make an acceptance speech for a reasonable rate.

March 10, 2013  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Oh, and Alan Glynn's Bloodland is nominated for best paperback original.

March 10, 2013  

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