A daily note on some event in the history of mystery fiction.
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
7/4/1976 In which friends are absent
July 4, 1976. S.J. Rozan's first non-series mystery is all about
the after-effects of 9/11 on the lives of New Yorkers, but it actually
starts on Independence Day in the Bicentennial year, when her characters
were just kids.
“Rozan shifts among several narrators and between present and past in this riveting offering reminiscent of Dennis Lehane’s Mystic River. An unforgettable elegy to the clear September morning that forever changed our lives.” –Booklist