Oh my but I got a chuckle at the expense of a newspaper today.
So a journalist from the New York Times penned a true crime paperback, a spousal murder story.
Said a reviewer in the Library Journal: "The narrative is good but could have been fleshed out quite a bit more; [the author] doesn’t provide an in-depth portrayal of either perpetrator, leaving the reader unsure of the real motive for the crime.... The author is talented but should read his Ann Rule before attempting another true-crime book."
Oh, my, my. Which publication is it whose reviews of Ann Rule drip with condescension and complaints about Ann Rule's "hellish details," hmm??