Friday, November 19, 2010

Murder and Mayhem in Munroe Country

Steven W. Beattie of the Quill & Quire has this to say about People Live Still in Cashtown Corners:

"It would be a assume that Cashtown Corners is a work of exploitation, or a simple genre entertainment. Burgess uses the conventions of horror fiction to craft a deeply serious fable about human connection and the discordant consequences that can result from an inability to successfully integrate into the conventions of polite society. In this regard, Burgess numbers Flannery O’Connor and William Faulkner among his literary progenitors."

Read the entire review here.

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