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Publetariat Dispatch: Why Are Sleazy Protagonists So Popular?

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch,  L.J. Sellers, author of the bestselling Detective Jackson mysteries, muses on antihero (with a capital ANTI) protagonists, and why readers seem to like them. Alcoholics, sex addicts, porn stars, thieves, and kidnappers. In today’s crime fiction, these characters are often the protagonists, and as a reader, I’m expected to root for […]

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