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What the community says about Songs of Innocence (Hard Case Crime)
- "I read this in two days, but it sure stayed with me for a lot longer. It's not moving, so much as sad and not necessarily in a good way. I suppose if you like this kind of thing, it might be interesting. I have to say, I didn't (and don't). I think that hard crime can be sad - depressing, even. But at the end there is something of value (or redemptive) to take with you. I didn't find that much here. So, read at your own 'mental health' risk. "
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in What are the best crime and mystery books"I'm a bookworm and mysteries are my weakness, I don't think I'll ever tire of trying to figure out whodunnit. Read Little Girl Lost first, as this is a sequel, and then follow John Blake into Songs of Innocence as he investigates an what at first looks to be a suicide and follows the leads into New York's seamy sex trade. It's a compelling and beautifully written novel."