Bob Mayer Writing Styles in The Dreams of Ada

Bob Mayer
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Perspective

The author, Robert Mayer, is a well known writer who has written many fiction novels and has had articles appear in several major magazine markets. Mayer has also won two Mike Berger awards for writing extensively about New York City, the place where he was born and raised. Mayer is a talented writer who chose the case of Ward-Fontenot and the disappearance of Donna Denice Haraway as his first foray into book length non-fiction. Mayer does not approach the subject of this book as an expert or someone with a definitive opinion. Mayer approaches the subject as a citizen of this country who is concerned about the appearance of injustice in this case.

The perspective of the author in this book is not overwhelming clear and does not sway the reader on any issues at the beginning of the story. The book appears to simply be a true...

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