Graverobbers Wanted: No Experience Necessary - Jeff Strand sad but true: a surprisingly bland piece of work...is this really the same author who penned Dweller? the dialogue is insipid and the frequent dips into mawkish setimentality become nauseous. after reading endless descriptions about how adorable the protagonist's wife and child were, it became a real challenge not to imagine choking them both out. perhaps it is some demented labor of love for the author, or a useful exorcism that is needed in order to avoid running wildly amuck in the streets. but yet there is no sense of abandon, let alone suspense, to be found anywhere in this short but tedious novel.