Publishers Weekly has a nice review of Peter LaSalle’s The City at Three P.M. (December 2015):
LaSalle shows himself to be a smart and open writer with a restless intellect and infectious passion for travel and literature. He discusses a wide range of past and current writers, never lacking for opinions, both negative—he thinks Richard Ford is “a predictable writer”—and admiring, as he is toward Philip Roth and Saul Bellow. A strong sense of place is present throughout, whether LaSalle is in a restaurant in Tunis or a metro station in Los Angeles.
Read the complete review at Publishers Weekly.