Ebb Tide by Richard Woodman: a short review

In an oddly-constructed and wonderful book, Richard Woodman ties up the most important loose ends from his long sequence of Nat Drinkwater yarns with a series of nicely-executed flashbacks. Not what I’d expected, and accomplished better than I’d anticipated. Sad, but delightful.


This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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