Vincent Eaton's dark, angry and intense first novel chronicles the self-destruction of Tim Buckles. Mr. Eaton concocts a puzzle out of a depraved childhood, a retarded twin brother, multiple murder mysteries, flashbacks, hallucinations, a love story and self-analysis. The pieces all come together in a brave literary debut. – From The New York Times Sunday Review
This novel of mine, "Self-Portrait of Someone Else" got some decent reviews once upon a time and here I'm reading bits from them, cracking wise, gently, getting arch, as necessary.
Book Trailer of "Self-Portrait of Someone Else"
From the New York Times Sunday Review:
Vincent Eaton's dark, angry and intense first novel uses police documents, psychological evaluations, interviews, straight narration and interior monologues to chronicle the self-destruction of Tim Buckles. "A Brave Literary debut."