Started Early, Took My Dog: (Jackson Brodie)
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Buy New Learn more about this copy. Praise For… "Brilliant Atkinson seamlessly weaves together [strands] in a plot driven by coincidence and a diamond-hard recognition of man's darker nature For its singular melding of radiant humor and dark deeds, this is must-reading for literary crime-fiction fans. Case Histories Atkinson's views of contemporary society can be bleak, but she has an amazing eye for kids, dogs and human fallibility.
In the author's signature multilayered style, she shifts between past and present Atkinson injects wit even in the bleakest moments Each one of these [Jackson Brodie] books, including this latest, is a delight: an intricate construction that assembles itself before the reader's eyes, populated by idiosyncratic, multidimensional characters and written with shrewd, mordant grace.
They are in some respects mystery novels, but they're written with a literary skill uncommon in that genre, and in a mode -- the tragicomic -- that few but the most adept novelists can pull off in any genre. Atkinson writes passages that simply have to be read twice, once when you first travel through the book and then later, when you want to see just how she tricked you Atkinson remains a wonderful stylist and Grade A schemer If you'd like to be notified when a full-length study guide is available for this title, please enter your email address below.
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Atkinson is an award-winning, international bestselling author who writes both mystery and crime novels. The protagonist is Tracy Waterhouse. She used to be a detective, but she got bored with retirement, so she got a job to keep her occupied. Still, she feels like something is missing from her life.
One day on the job, she encounters a drug addict called Kelly. She offers Kelly money in exchange for Courtney—and for Kelly to get out of the shopping center. Meanwhile, Jackson Brodie, a private eye, rescues a dog which is badly mistreated outside the shopping center.