The Blurring of Fact and Fiction in “Cliff Walk.”

Me at the Mysterious Bookshop

Philip Eil of The Providence Phoenix sees a “blurring of fact and fiction” in my new Providence-based Mulligan crime novel, Cliff Walk.

While I don’t agree with everything he has to say (my “Attila the Nun” character really DOESN’T have much in common with a real Rhode Islander who has the same nickname), he has an interesting take on the book.

You can read the full text of his story here.

Cliff Walk is the sequel to Rogue Island, which won the Edgar and Macavity awards and was a finalist for the Barry, Anthony, and Shamus Awards. You can purchase either book here.

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About Bruce DeSilva

Crime Novelist
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