Oct 5, 2001
October 5, 2001
Martha Grimes crafts her storylines with strong characters and vivid surroundings that envelope the reader and make them a participant. Equal parts of humor and compassion underly her prose, giving it a strong voice that is reflective of the author herself. Although some have characterized her as shy, Bookreporter.com's Ann Bruns has never found that to be a stumbling block, as readers will see in this latest interview about her most recent Richard Jury novel, THE BLUE LAST.