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Plodding and Pretentious,
This review is from: Undercurrents (Paperback)
I have just finished reading this story and found it was one of the hardest books to finish. Detective fiction is unrealistic and the most difficult task that a writer in this genre has to solve is to make the events and the characters seem plausible while the book is being read. Though I have enjoyed many other detective stories, the plot, most of the events and the characters presented here were for me completely unlikely from start to finish. For this I blame the style in which it is written; in my opinion this is ploding and pretentious as if the writer wanted to be another Virginia Woolf.