Wednesday, July 22, 2015

My Reviews Elsewhere: "Dry Stone Walls"

I’m doing a few book reviews for Ed Gorman’s blog and my review of Robert J. Randisi’s entertaining whodunit Dry Stone Walls is live even as you read. Dry Stone Walls is the first in a new series featuring retired NYPD Captain of Detectives Truxton Lewis. It is set in Kentucky Blue Grass country. It is published by Riverdale Avenue Books.   

Read the review, and then read the book.


Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Ben, I read a couple of Robert J. Randisi's westerns recently and liked both. His writing is simple but effective. I have not read his whodunits yet.

Ben Boulden said...

Prashant. Perfectly put--"simple but effective." I have enjoyed a few of his westerns, too, but I have probably read more of his mysteries. His most complicated, and best (of those I've read) are the Joe Keough novels. The first was ALONE WITH THE DEAD (set in New York City), and the rest had "Arch" in the title (set in St. Louis, Missouri). Very entertaining and enjoyable.