I guess one of the things that made Elmore so great was the familiarity of his cadence blended with the uniqueness of his dialog.
One day I will have read them all, so I’ll enjoy finding the remainder while I can.
A seemingly timeless story, with quite a few more to follow.
An early Easy, which beats backstory any day.
Pretty remarkable story with some very honest insights.
Exhaustively researched and well written. Does not drag despite its breadth.
Author has a pretty set formula. It may be popular, but is kind of dull.
A rare book that encapsulates how it all went so terribly wrong. Most Americans will just have another doughnut.
Anybody who can make a novel with Isaac Newton interesting has got something going on.
Something like Forrest Gump meets Saul of Tarsus. Head spinning life story.
Bernie makes his mark on the other side of the world.
Bernie takes his lumps and gets the last laugh, sort of.
Wasn’t planning on it but turned out to be a rather somber read for the Memorial Day Weekend.
Not sure how he does it, but Atkins manages his own imprint while staying true to the character and RBP.
The look and feel of a Rebus novel, but manages to find his own voice.
Bernie spans the decades in this one. Kerr is unique.
Somewhat somber piece.
Seems to be in the footsteps of Rebus, but not such a bad thing.