The New York Trilogy Topics for Discussion

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Why does Quinn misrepresent himself as Paul Auster and accept the Stillman case?

Since Quinn is untrained and unlicensed, as a detective, how does he approach and handle the case?

How is Quinn the subject of an experiment?

Why does Blue accept the job from White? What is the purpose?

Why do Black and Blue think about killing each other and themselves?

What were the writer's reasons for reviewing and helping to publish Fanshawe's works?

Does the book indicate a stance on the moral issues and consequences of lying and deceit?

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