Impostors George V. Higgins

ISBN: 9780140100488

Published: July 7th 1987


416 pages


Impostors  by  George V. Higgins

Impostors by George V. Higgins
July 7th 1987 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 416 pages | ISBN: 9780140100488 | 6.64 Mb

This was one of the more intriguing Higgins books Ive read lately. The characters seemed to have more depth. Yes, it was dialogue laden as they all are, but there was more plot and descriptive detail in Imposters. Also, in this book, the women have a myriad of roles they are expected to fulfill, and you see the limitations of that era, if even not now of what is allowed and what is perceived.The book had real flow to it.

One thing Ive been doing, as I read all of Higgins work. So much of it listed here on Goodreads is that there isnt a picture of the book, nor the author, and Higgins appearance seemed to change from book to book. So...Ive been taken the time to edit a picture of the book as well as the author (if available,) so that it can again become part of Higgins history with a more fuller visual understanding.It saddens me that his wife and children lost him so soon.

Just in the past few years, Ive lost Philip R. Craig, Robert B. Parker, Elmore Leonard...and favorite fun writers...for my less academic reading...and I always learn from them.

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