The Gumshoe Review has given MR. MONK IN OUTER SPACE a nice review. They say, in part:
Mr. Monk in Outer Space is another typically well-crafted effort
from Lee Goldberg. The scenes flow seamlessly and quickly, the dialogue
is always fun, and while some of the situations frankly stretch the
limits of believability, there is some indefinable quality to
Goldberg’s writing that makes us believe it anyway. There may be some
readers who will say that writing novels based on a television series
is easier than conventional fiction, because the readers will already
have a sense of the characters from having watched the program. But
this reviewer is not a watcher of television, and has never seen a Monk
program. Yet the characters still leap off the page as clearly defined
people, some of them from real life, but more often than not clever
Thank you, Gumshoe!
2 thoughts on “Mr. Monk and the Gumshoe”
[sorry. I had to.]
Matt, You only further prove how really, really dumb you are.