August 16, 2005

At Death's Door, by Robert Barnard

I usually like Barnard's stuff; this one was adequate--I mean, I've read much worse--but there really wasn't anything about it that grabbed me. It's your basic whodunnit, and there are some nicely drawn obnoxious characters, but that's really about all there is to say about it.

Nothing to see here, let's move along.

Posted by Will Duquette at August 16, 2005 07:50 PM