107. Fieldnotes, a forensic (Kate Eichhorn)

Eichhorn's previous book, Fond, impressed me, but Fieldnotes moves far beyond it in both language and concept. Combining fragmentary, disjunctive phrases with a fractured narrative and parodies of television procedurals like Bones (that's right!), this is a truly imaginative, engrossing book.

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