By Thomas Berger
Killing Time is a mental novel approximately crime. The hero, Joseph Detweiler, is the world's so much courteous, delicate, honest, and likable killer. he's even blameless of the truth that a criminal offense has been committed.This tricky and peculiar tale breaks all of the principles. it's not a whodunit, as the killer is already identified. it isn't a detective tale or a sociological treatise on crime, since it is informed from the viewpoint of the felony.
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