"Along the way to the untidy resolution, the most quotable of all contemporary detectives ('I knew I was in trouble because I was being told a fairy tale by a cop') stirs up enough trouble for scene after memorable scene. Mosley may not write great endings, but it's hard to top his middles."
Easy Rawlins, who once spanned years between volumes, takes his third case of 1967. Or rather, his third batch of cases.
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