"What he does do is suggest some believable characters with an implied depth that's greater than average for hi-lo fiction, presenting another easily read story that never condescends to its readers. (Fiction. 10-14)"
The author of several easily read yet perceptive novels (What I Heard, 1987, etc.) here simplifies his delivery so much that it undermines his story's possibilities for subtlety or suspense.
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