Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Globe and Mail Reviews Cashtown!
Tony Burgess' People Live Still in Cashtown Corners gets a favourable review in the Globe and Mail.
"[I]t is his voice, with its plain-spoken common sense, that draws us into the story and is so convincing that we almost don’t question the peculiarity of his perspective. Until the murders begin to multiply, of course. But even these random killings make sense in a certain context. According to Bob, people are the problem: “They make us nervous and then we kill them,” simple as that."
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