Looks like this is one to avoid.Also, it feels like this book would have benefited from a more objective editing process,
It's published by Simon & Schuster.Looks like this is one to avoid.
Who published your copy of the book?
I've had a growing suspicion over the last 30/40 years that editors encourage authors to write as much as possible .. to create a 'fatter book' .. that then appears to justify the (inflated) cover price. Publishing is yet another industry that is all about 'the bottom line' unfortunately - and very little to do with quality product.
Thanks.It's published by Simon & Schuster.
It made plenty of "books of the year" lists and all that, but I'd recommend trying to borrow it from a library or getting it secondhand.
Jane Harper is an Aussie writer that I discovered quite recently - and I've read two of her books .. "The Dry" and "Force of Nature". Both I guess fit into the crime genre. I've always liked books about 'small town America' - and Jane Harper writes about 'small town Aus' .. I don't know how accurately - but I liked her writing.I have a 35 minute train journey to/from work so manage to read quite a bit. Murder mysteries are my favourite (I love the JD Robb "In Death" series),
I doubt it's an official termWhat is a tree-change autobiography?