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Walter Mosley's first Easy Rawlins mystery Devil in a Blue Dress is an interesting and exciting read.
Mosley takes the tradition of the hard-boiled detective novel and uses it to make social statements while still providing a very entertaining mystery story.
Place an interesting mystery and a likable, go-getter protagonist on top and it adds up to a very enjoyable book.
I'm an Ellroy fan to the bone and was hesitant to try Mr. Mosley's books...what a wonderful surprise! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Attwell
I thought I'd read this one before.I was wrong.Only Himes is better at detailing the Black experience in the ghetto.A real eye opening read for southern Callie in the 50's.Published 2 months ago by Chicago Redd
I read this after I watched the film. I found that this was much better than the film - as is usually the case.Published 3 months ago by E. Easley
Not too many African-American detectives out there (Alex Cross doesn't count - too middle class). This guy lives in the 'hood and knows all the moves. Read morePublished 5 months ago by dd