Washington Independent Review of Books: THE MAN WHO ASKED TO BE KILLED


I’m especially proud of the review of The Man Who Asked to Be Killed at The Washington Independent Review of Books because the reviewer, Philip K. Jason, is an emeritus English professor, a stranger to me. Since he taught at the Naval Academy (before Todd began teaching there), I’m sure he asked for the book from the list of those accepted for review at The Washington Independent because of the novel’s Annapolis setting. The fact that in his review he commented on “the sophisticated handling of relationships between characters” warms my heart as one who aspires to be “branded” as an author of complex characters in complicated plots, whether in mystery, humor, or drama. I invite you to read the review at http://www.washingtonindependentreviewofbooks.com/bookreview/the-man-who-asked-to-be-killed

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