Book review: The $300 Man by Ross Morton


Sometimes it pays to reach outside the norm, to take a look at a different genre of book than usual. As an avid reader of ‘who dunnits’ or family orientated novels, a western was a completely new experience for me.

On the plus side, I have to admit I enjoyed the well choreographed battle fights, the detail of the history of that era in America and the feeling that the novel had a well thought-out structure.

But alas, I missed the more modern human interactions, the red herrings and the brooding psychology of the characters that modern ‘who dunnits’ seem to employ.

If you want a quick read, like of bit of excitement and enjoy westerns, then you too might like to take a look at Ross or Nick Morton’s books.

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