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Review: The Blind Man of Seville

The Blind Man of Seville
The Blind Man of Seville by Robert Wilson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A gruesome crime investigated by a detective who concurrently unravels the past of his dead father. Two psychological mysteries entwined in an interesting but difficult and slow read. The crime, setting and characters kept me reading.

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One thought on “Review: The Blind Man of Seville

  1. Sounds interesting though, especially the setting, will be looking for it at the library.

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