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THE EXIT MAN by Greg Levin

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By Theresa de Valence - Posted on 03 September 2014

THE EXIT MAN by Greg Levin ©2014 has crimes galore, but some you may find excusable. Eli Edelmann has an odd job: he assists suicides to a painless end. Other crimes occur but there’s no sleuth sifting clues to find a dastardly murderer, like traditional crime fiction.

Told from the first person point of view, THE EXIT MAN is a fascinating, plausible tale. Eli Edelmann is a misfit: smart but lazy and not quite sure what to do with his life, until he falls into his new profession. We hear the patter of his thoughts, the tumble of amusing asides, self-consciousness and self-discovery. Juxtaposed with the gravity of serious illness. He slides seamlessly between each with a very engaging voice. The story is invigorating.

Greg Levin uses the very best kind of humour: the only person Eli Edelmann pokes fun at is himself. And he does take a few jabs at the incomprehensibleness of our world.

THE EXIT MAN is unique, moving and un-put-down-able.

by Greg Levin
© 2014
Published by White Rock Press
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