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Also deals with that discouraging old perennial Picked up an old hardcover from the swap basket at the gym.
TUNNEL VISION by Sara Paretsky | Kirkus Reviews
To ask other readers questions about Tunnel Visionplease sign up. Sara Paretsky is a modern American author of detective fiction. He broke up with her, she went off to college, he started driving trucks for Bagby Haulage. There is no way in hell, a real police situation would have been handled like this.
Additionally, the "bad guys" are portrayed thnnel insensitive towards racial issues. This book was fine for what I used it for, reading in 45 minute chunks while walking on the treadmill. One night she finds a family hiding in the basement.
Tunnel Vision (V.I. Warshawski, #8) by Sara Paretsky
So I stuck through the end but can't say I praetsky it or that I have any enthusiasm for starting another in the series. Warshawski really went over the line police and moral in this one.
Murray is a reporter who at one point had a relationship with Vic. Also deals with that discouraging old perennial -- domestic violence. Paretsky was raised in Kansas, and graduated from paretaky state university with a degree in political science.
Cyrus Lavalle is another character whose purpose is mainly that of comic relief, as Vic and Murray confront him in a gay bar in order to get information. In this book, Paretsky tackles the struggle of the homeless, domestic abuse and city politics. However, underneath visiin faux-liberal charm, he is real a money-hungry scumbag--he uses Home Free to launder money for Donald Blakely and Alec Gantner.
I will gladly read more in this series, to get to know her better. The Winter issue of Clues: Even with the many subjects of discussion, the author does a good job in balancing the topics so the reader can follow a complex plot with ease. V I is worried about a homeless family she found in the basement of paretskky office building. At one point, he follows Vic in his vjsion, which makes the reader suspect him.
Clearly, Paretsky wants the reader to agree with these views; those who do not are cast as bad guys and deservedly so, as casting a wife-beater in a hero role would be more than a little repugnant.
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As her name might suggest to those who know some Irish mythology or have read the works of J. A controlling man whom Vic suspects abuses tnunel wife, he is quick to anger and uses illegal aliens to Max and Lotty Loewenthal: May 13, Donna Fowler rated it liked it.
Most of these overtures she ignores, but if she went to college with some of the organizers and it involves women's issues, VI accepts. Seeking help for the family from the city's shelter organizations, V.
Warshawski and always make a brief appearance or two, usually in a losing role. It could be argued that Vic, the one woman army is too much in the news and achieves far too much in short space of time, but its still a great read.
Distracting story line with homeless family too. I enjoyed the book highly. Then she finds a homeless woman with three kids in the basement, and before she can rescue them, they disappear.
Hard up for money, V.