Down Here, by Andrew Vachss

Posted: December 18, 2004 at 11:08 am in mysteries

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In my last Amazon order, I picked up the latest Andrew Vachss, an author whom I adore, and own all of his books. Well, maybe not all, but certainly all the Burke novels, and most of his fiction. I’m missing a couple of his graphic novel creations, things like that. Anyway. I think Burke’s New York is one of the more fascinating settings out there. This isn’t one of Vachss’s more stellar efforts, but it’s still a solid read. I put it away in one evening. Yay.

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