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In the modern era of the damaged private-eye, Paul Tremblay’s Mark Genevich — the hero of his new mystery, The Little Sleep — just about takes the cake. We’ve seen private eyes who suffer through all kinds of different maladies, from alcoholism to Tourette’s Syndrome to being chronically unable to tell dark-eyed dames “No”; but prior to the shambling and drowsy-eyed but acid-tongued Genevich there haven’t been many fictional investigators hampered by a difficulty with the perception of reality itself…

The full review of The Little Sleep can be found at PopMatters.

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