S.A. Crosby | Fiction
2021, 319 pages
Sometimes you’re just not in the mood, you know. The murder was too brutal, the language too savage, the characters too dark. A review on NPR calls Razorblade Tears a “visceral full-body experience.” The story line … two gritty fathers attempt to discover the murderer of their two sons, who were married to each other … sounds compelling. I just don’t have the heart for this bleak of a novel right now.