“Mystery Girl” by David Gordon is Dark and Stylish

mysteryDavid Gordon’s literary novels are not only mysteries but explorations of the nature of storytelling. My Associated Press review of his latest, Mystery Girl, says in part:

The novel explores not only storytelling but also issues of faith, personal identity, friendship and the decline of civilization. Readers should be warned that the author, whose many and varied previous jobs include writing for magazines with names like Hustler and Barely Legal, has inserted a fair amount of explicit sex. While the book is not a hard read, Gordon does ask more of readers than the typical thriller requires. He’s not just fooling around. 

You can find the entire review here.

You can learn more about Gordon and his work here.

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1 Response to “Mystery Girl” by David Gordon is Dark and Stylish

  1. Truly any age, starting from 18.Regards.Catherine.

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