The Yiddish Policeman's Union - Chabon

My previous exposure to Chabon had been reading Summerland with one of my kids and I had not been impressed. This I like. Interesting alternate history premise, characters I could care about and plenty of good twists to the plot. Anyone else read it? Thoughts?

And right off, spoilers will be okay as it is hard to discuss a book without them.

This was the first book of his I’ve read. I look forward to reading the others - even if they’re 2/3rds as good they’d be well worth reading.

I liked the ambition of it. Like Chandler and Hammet, it’s a serious read that is nonetheless unashamedly pulp. It go a little Ludlum at the end, though.