Review: I'd Know You Anywhere
I'd Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
In order to give all opinions about the death penalty a fair shake, Lippman created characters, not people, to fit the opinions. That's moralizing, not story telling, and it's not even good moralizing when an author tries to cover the bases. For a novel that's about a spree killer and his one surviving victem, the story is rather bland and emotionless. Everyone thinks through everything and there's surprisingly little passion for something that should come off as horrific.
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