Three Chords and the Truth – Review

The Venetian Vase

Hector Lassiter is one of the most compelling literary creations of recent years– a crime novelist who ‘writes what he lives and lives what he writes’. Lassiter was born January 1, 1900, and he witnesses some of the most tumultuous events of the twentieth century. Whether he finds himself at the heart of a murder mystery with the Lost Generation in 1920s Paris, or dodging the bombs and bullets with Ernest Hemingway during the Spanish Civil War, Lassiter is never far away from violence and intrigue. Three Chords and the Truth is the ninth and final novel in the Lassiter series, and, needless to say,  it was eagerly anticipated by the many fans of the series.

Craig McDonald is the author behind the author, the creator of Hector Lassiter and the writer of five more novels outside the Lassiter series. McDonald began his career as a journalist and still works in that…

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“Three Chords & The Truth Rings True Like a Finely Tuned Guitar”

A wonderful review by a true connaisseur: Three Chords & The Truth Rings True Like a Finely Tuned Guitar, December 18, 2016 By Marvin Minkler This review is from: Three Chords & The Truth: A Hector Lassiter novel (Volume 10) (Paperback) The first Hector Lassiter novel I read was the Edgar-nominated debut from Craig McDonald, … Continue reading “Three Chords & The Truth Rings True Like a Finely Tuned Guitar”