No Night Is Too Long

No Night Is Too Long

Book - 1994 | 1st American ed.
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Tim thought he'd gotten away with it. For months after the murder off the Alaskan coast he'd heard not a word. No policeman at his door asking questions. Nothing. And then the letters began. At first they seemed almost innocuous accounts of historical events. But a common theme emerged quickly. It was particulrly germane to Tim, and it related directly to murder. In No Night Is Too Long, Barbara Vine has written a tour de force, rich in characters and setting, a remarkable novel by an internationally celebrated master of her craft. To research the book, the author and her hushand embarked on a boat trip from Seattle up the Alaskan coast. The stark beauty of that experience provides No Night Is Too Long with an extraordinarily vivid sense of place. The novel's exploration of sexual identity and guilt represents a departure for Vine. Its resolution - as always - is a stunning surprise.
Publisher: New York : Harmony Books, c1994.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9780517799642
Characteristics: 315 p. ; 24 cm.


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the story evolves around sordid sex scenes and unredeemable characters. It is a tough read but I had faith in the author and by the end of the book I was glad I persevered. There are some unpredictable twists which the observant reader might catch early in the novel, and to that end the author is fair to her readers and gives only the very observant a chance to predict the unusual outcome. In the end a satisfying read but it is difficult to get by the insalubrious principles who dominate the story.


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