I'm reading Tanenbaum for the first time. He's a very skilled writer. Unfortunately from my perspective, his male characters especially are often too mired in sex-role and race stereotypes to make for attractive protagonists. In addition, there's no shortage of the sensational serial sex killer stuff that drives so many thrillers. This plot angle irritates me generally: statistically speaking, serial killings are a far rarer cause of death than common-or-garden domestic battery or out-of-control bar fights. Of course, genuine true crime wouldn't make for nearly such exciting plot lines.
I certainly appreciate Tanenbaum's skill enough to follow his characters into the 21st century to find out whether they can evolve.
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