Thursday, September 24, 2015

FindersKeepers

I recently read Finders Keepers by Stephen King (2015).  


Who would have thought of writing a novel about the murder of a novelist, with a prime motivation of the murderer being his dismay over the direction the writer had taken the main character?  Stephen King, that’s who.  

SK weaves a tale of murder and greed around the unpublished works of a reclusive (now dead) novelist that stretches 30+ years in its unwinding.  

In typical SK fashion, his keen eye for detail, his in-tuneness to cultural nuance and his fearless writing keeps this tale zipping along through unexpected and interesting turns.  

Another good read by SK.  (I love the way his mind works.)

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