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Finders Keepers by Stephen King

Finders Keepers was one of my most anticipated reads of 2015 when I realized that Bill Hodges’ story would be a hardboiled fiction trilogy rather than a standalone novel. And it didn’t disappoint. In fact, King’s most recent detective novel solidified my long-standing belief that writers of popular, contemporary genre fiction can also be masters of metafictional prose who have an equal understanding of what it takes to be a great writer and a life-long reader. Read more →