I’ve had THE LAST GOOD KISS on my radar for a bit now, so when I got the chance, I picked it up. I’ve heard about it from various posts, but the first, I think, was on Rob Kitchin\'s blog, The View From The Blue House. He gives a good review, so reading it would likely provide better insight than I could manage.
A tale that appears to meander for a bit, then all the disparate elements start to merge.
This was my first Crumley novel, one I put off to long. I probably should find more, but considering my TBR piles, maybe not.
Definitely worth a look if one hasn’t read it.
For more Forgotten Books, check out Patti Abbott over at Pattinase.