I know you guys haven't finished John A.'s Crusade, but can't put this off because I'm beginning to forget this forgettable book:
There's been a lot of speculation here as to whether Rohmer has ever so much as read a thriller. I put it to you that John A.'s Crusade is evidence that the man has at least some familiarity with the historical novel. What's more, I'm willing to argue that this is his most competent novel. I have strong doubts that it was dictated while driving the 400 South.