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posted a Quick Tip about The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. December 30, 2010
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
A richly complex gothic mystery, a psychological thriller, a compelling period historical fiction, THE PALE BLUE EYE is a fictionalized re-creation of a brief segment of the life of West Point Academy …
posted a Quick Tip about The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. June 10, 2010
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
Interesting mystery enhanced by a humanized Edgar Allen Poe character. Poe makes the book.
reviewed The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. December 17, 2009
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
In "Mr Timothy", Louis Bayard penned an exceptional debut novel that imagined the life of one of Dickens' best known characters, Tiny Tim. His second novel, "The Pale Blue Eye" is …
reviewed The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. October 26, 2009
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
As 2009 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Edgar Allan Poe, it's fitting that the interests of several novelists have turned to him. Louis Bayard chose to depict Poe in a little known segment …
reviewed The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. October 19, 2009
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
In this interesting but somewhat glacially paced fiction (for much of the tale anyway), Louis Bayard does a yeoman's job of recreating the atmosphere and feel of early 19th century America, right down …
reviewed The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. March 18, 2009
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
    When Gus Landor, a retired constable, is called to West Point to investigate a gruesome crime, he has no idea how his life will be affected by those he meets and the strange turn …
reviewed The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel. July 20, 2007
The Pale Blue Eye: A Novel
Most Poe fans are aware that the poet spent a short time at West Point, before being court-martialed and dismissed. This author's plot takes place during that brief time, and involves Poe in helping a …
Bringing up the brass;: My 55 years at West Point,
I've been a fan since childhood of "The Long Gray Line," the John Ford film that was based on this book, and so I've wanted to read "Bringing Up the Brass" for a long time. Finally doing so was a rewarding …
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