Axel Pimletz writes obituaries for a Boston newspaper. He’s been going nowhere for the past fifteen years and his failure has almost consumed his self-esteem. Axel needs action and excitement, like a front-page story. He never guesses he’s about to get both—along with murder!
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Overlong exposition, atmospheric wallowing, and self-indulgent detailing muffle the otherwise talented prose of first-novelist Paisner. Peculiar protagonist Axel Pimlitz concocts obituaries for a ... Read full review
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