Forgotten Book Review–Serenade by James M. Cain

November 2, 2015 | Tags: , | No Comments

NOT AT HIS BEST IN SERENADE, CAIN WAS STILL ABLE Serenade, by James M. Cain (1937) As Serenade opens, protagonist Jack Sharp is banished from Paradise, subsisting in Mexico as a kind of operatic stumblebum. He lost both his golden voice and his European Eden when his muse deserted him over the sin of homosexuality. […]