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Tunnel Vision (V.I. Warshawski Novels) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jun 1995
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"One of the most critically acclaimed (series) of the last decade." -- Chicago Sun-Times"No one, male or female, writes better P.I. books than Paretsky." --The Denver Post "V.I(is) undoubtedly one of the best--written characters in mystery fiction." --The Baltimore Sun
The eighth V.I. Warshawski thriller from one of America's greatest female crime writers, combining contemporary issues, social injustice and fast-paced suspense. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product description
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At least Sara has written a whole lot of books so I can find another one of hers to fulfil my need for a good read. Her stories are always so cleverly constructed and the heroine is someone I would like to be similar to. (In my dreams)
An interesting story that was very readable, thank you Sara
V.I is but one of the well-drawn characters of Paretsky's series. The long suffering Lotty is another beautiful and complex character who doesn't take any c#*p either and she is joined by a host of other innocent bystanders who become entangled in the debris of the private-eye's wonderfully complex life. The emotional element is touching but never mawkish; the action is engaging but never gratuitous and as Vic crawls Schwarzeneger-like to the book's conclusion we are merely left waiting for the next one, hoping that Paretsky will let her loose on Chicago's streets one more time. I have yet to read her latest effort 'Total Recall' but 'Hard Time' did not disappoint.
I was introduced to V.I by Kathleen Turner but fortunately in the form of an excellent Radio 4 dramatisation of Deadlock with Eleanor Bron as Lotty, and not by that direst of films V.I Warshawski. (This film canibalised the worst events of the first few books and skillfully extracted the Paretsky's charm and gift for story-telling.)
For readers who haven't read Paretsky start with Deadlock and Killing Orders. Better still buy the three-in-one volume and save yourself the time.
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