Now that I have a library card, I’m free to spend — time, that is, rather than money. Last weekend I picked up one of Bell’s novels.
Blind Justice is a legal thriller. An alcoholic lawyer tries to defend an old friend who’s been arrested for murdering his wife. I’m close to the end and I still don’t see how the friend’s going to get out of this mess. But there is no use of profanity nor lurid descriptions of sex and violence. It’s just a good story that keeps me turning the pages.
Enjoy his message, “The Best Writing Advice I Know.” (The music is pretty fun, too.)