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The Sins of the Fathers - Lawrence Block
The Sins of the Fathers
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4.05 160
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780752834528 (0752834525)
Publisher: Orion
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Matthew Scudder (#1)
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Blood Rose Books
Blood Rose Books rated it
3.5 Lawrence Block: The Sins of the Father
In the first book in a series, Lawrence Block introduces readers to Matthew Shrudder, who does favours for his "friends" that no one else will: A brutal murder of a woman by her roommate, who is found raving covered in blood the middle of the street. This is an open and shut case as the roommate co...
beishir
beishir rated it
4.0 The Sins of the Fathers
"The Sins of the Father" is the first book in Lawrence Block's Matthew Scudder series and the first book that I have read by this author.Scudder is the definition of the cliched hardboiled detective. The mystery to which he has attached himself is not overly complex and it is not difficult to guess ...
Crime-on-thrill
Crime-on-thrill rated it
5.0 Block is the master...
In this short length debut of Matthew Scudder, prolific author Lawrence Block introduces a scene where Scudder is seen offering money to a police officer in exchange of information on a case Scudder is working. When the cop hesitates to take the money, Scudder deftly gives him a short but effective ...
blackguysdoread
blackguysdoread rated it
4.0 The Sins of the Fathers
3.5. Solid start to what I've heard is a good series! Been planning on reading the Matthew Scudder books for years and now I've started. Matthew seems like a great character and I'm anxious to learn more about him. In detective and crime novels, I'm less interested in the actual mystery and more int...
Seriously, Read a Book!
Seriously, Read a Book! rated it
4.0 The Sins of the Fathers
If you're entering the world of Matthew Scudder, you better brace yourself for some dark and delicious detective work. I don't know why I keep wanting to use adjectives normally reserved for coffee blends to describe this book. I'm pretty sure evenly-roasted isn't a term intended for literary review...
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