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How criminals think

John Lanchester

13 September 1990
Love and Death on Long Island 
by Gilbert Adair.
Heinemann, 138 pp., £10.95, July 1990, 9780434006229
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Going wrong 
by Ruth Rendell.
Hutchinson, 250 pp., £12.99, September 1990, 0 09 174300 1
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The Burden of Proof 
by Scott Turow.
Bloomsbury, 515 pp., £13.99, August 1990, 0 7475 0673 6
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Crucible of Fools 
by M.S. Power.
Hamish Hamilton, 165 pp., £12.99, August 1990, 0 241 13006 9
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... that I find the use of two names about as helpful as the distinction Graham Greene used to draw between his ‘Novels’ and his ‘Entertainments’ – which is to say, not very helpful at all.) ScottTurow’s first novel, Presumed Innocent, was a colossal hit on both sides of the Atlantic. Copies were getting up off the shelves and walking out of bookshops on their own. The novel was narrated by ...

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