Unexpectedly good read.
With more than a century in advance, Allan Pinkerton anticipates the true crime books style: the narrative is a pure succession of actions and contra-actions.
And also, obv... more.
A masterpiece that exposes the inner reflections of tragedy and how will and vengeance fuse to create a devastating effect plus exquisite dialogues that provokes the heart to thought even as the evil ... more.
One of those multi-generational stories where young people get caught up in plots and grudges laid by their elders decades before. Wallace picks up and drops the threads in a slapdash way with way too... more.