Staten Island Noir

…gets another good review and look! I’m “always-startling!” How cool is that?

>>We meet many characters who are amoral and in the last section, called “Borough of Broken Dreams,” we also encounter a character who is crazy. In “Lighthouse,” by the always-startling S.J. Rozan, the main character is ordered by aliens to commit certain crimes. This is not science fiction, however, and we soon learn that the aliens live in his head. Rozan pens a fine line between what is real and what is imagined and we find ourselves questioning our first impressions. The Tibetan Museum, a focal point of this story, is described with great clarity in all its musty strangeness, just as I remembered it from my childhood.<<

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