Tag: Crime

Review of Lawrence Block’s Eight Million Ways to Die, Adapted and Illustrated by John K. Snyder III

Review of Lawrence Block’s Eight Million Ways to Die, Adapted and Illustrated by John K. Snyder III

If you’ve hung around my dingy corner of the Internet for any amount of time, you know that Lawrence Block is one of my favorite writers (click here to see me get all gushy about the man, as well as to read my review of his hilarious novel, Ronald Rabbit Is a Dirty Old Man). … Continue reading Review of Lawrence Block’s Eight Million Ways to Die, Adapted and Illustrated by John K. Snyder III

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Review of Lawrence Block’s Ronald Rabbit Is a Dirty Old Man

Review of Lawrence Block’s Ronald Rabbit Is a Dirty Old Man

If I was asked to recreate Mount Rushmore using the faces of my four favorite authors, the monument would include Stephen King (no introduction needed), Ed McBain (prolific writer of crime fiction, best known for his 87th Precinct police procedurals), Joe Abercrombie (the best fantasy writer working today; yes, even better than George R. R. … Continue reading Review of Lawrence Block’s Ronald Rabbit Is a Dirty Old Man