Thursday, February 4, 2016
"Cat Chaser" by Elmore Leonard
The fun of Elmore Leonard is the swerving plots, raw violence that comes from nowhere, the narrative voice which is not far from the action. He works in some clever one-liners; I thought it was well written and edited. Crime thrillers tend to feel dated, looking back 30-plus years: no cell phones, no internet, "dial 911" had to be explained, no area-codes on the phone numbers, characters running around looking for phone booths, etc.
However, I did take a few evocative, misty photos of some bison and early September snow at the Park.
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