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High Noon 2.0

Adam Sternbergh imagines a town where everyone is guilty, if only they remembered why



HBO’S WESTWORLD has great moments, but too often it is more puzzling than pleasing. The Blinds, the third novel from Adam Sternbergh, is, like Westworld, a sci-fi Western thriller, equally wily in its vision, but it crackles with noir-ish delights, thanks to the author’s flinty wit and a cast of indelible miscreants and psychopaths.

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