There's a good piece by Charles McGrath in today's Times about genre fiction and quality.
The call out quote - "Today's novelists feel as if they have to choose
either pedestal or plot."
Referring to the Brady Affair, he says . . .
Thrillers by and large do much better than literary novels, and though the title “Bleedout” turns out to refer,
disappointingly, to kosher butchery rather than human c…
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