My Review of “Evergreen,” Howard Owen’s Emotionally Charged Mystery

When Willie Black was 15 months old, his father Artie Lee was killed in an apparent automobile accident. That’s all Willie — police reporter for a Richmond, Virgina, newspaper — knows about his dad. But in “Evergreen,” he decides to find out, and of course, it leads to trouble.

Readers seeking the thrills of most popular crime fiction won’t find it here. Instead, they will find a textured, emotionally charged tale about coming to terms with growing up biracial in America.

To read the full text of my Associated Press review, please click here.

To learn more about the author and his work, please click here.

 

About Bruce DeSilva

Crime Novelist
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