Roderick Hart ~ ‘Time to Talk’
If TME Walsh in my last post was one end of the crime spectrum, the gritty end, Roderick Hart’s ‘Time to Talk’ is at the opposite. It is written like a memoir of someone setting up a psychotherapy business, written in the first person, and you are with the writer all the way as Max describes the less conventional way in which he decides to establish his practice and the unusual characters he meets. That is, until the law decides he is covering up involvement in serious crime. Here is a review for ‘Time to Talk‘ on Amazon:
“A Time to Talk is written in the style of a memoir and the voice is engaging, with a delightful turn
of phrase and an often original way with language.
There is also a self-deprecating tone, which allows the reader…
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