Though a bit mono-thematic, the writer Brian Doswell has that rare ability to be plainspoken yet wry at the same time, echoing the style of H.E. Bates or Robert Sansom. Through this voice, Doswell manages to be touching while skirting the edge of cruel honesty to one side, and sappy sentimentality to the other, ambulating the middle between as ably as his hobbling old man finding a place through the park to die with dignity.
A Bench In The Parkan urban development
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