Giovanni Rex

Giovanni Rex’s noir-ish novels cut a broad swath across the contemporary genre. This is part due to the complexity of time shifts, narrative voices, and bizarre characterizations. Part thriller, part literary musing, the author’s tone is a times a moral cry for a better society, with more compassion, less violence, but at others the pages are awash with blood and sex. Whom ever the author is, and there are plenty of hints within his novels to assume there is another hand behind the declared writer, an excellent puppet master is pulling the literary strings. He/she has taken the noir convention and cut it to pieces.

Books:

Series: Giovanni Matsuko

Book Number:
3
2018
Book Number:
2
2018
Book Number:
1
2018
Review Revenge is a Self-Inflicted Wound, Giovanni Rex
Karen Chisholm
Saturday, August 3, 2019

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