Titles I've written about:
Days of Little Texas (2009):
And all of that doesn't touch on the atmospheric spooky stuff, which is, you know, atmospheric and spooky. Or on Roland Earl's characterization, which is fascinating, sympathetic, and believable, and his voice, which is compelling and rhythmic and, to this Mainer's ears, sounded believably Southern. More than anything else, though, it's his sincerity that makes the book.