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it felt to me like he mailed it in. The Onion Fields is my all-time favorite cop novel. This book doesn't seem to me to have been written by the same guy.Published 3 months ago by Harlan J. Thal
Can't go wrong with wambaugh, this book is kind of all over the place but it's funny and goodPublished 3 months ago by Sor2clan
Love Joseph wambaugh!!! His stories stories are so realistic, the areas are so well known to me from when I lived in LA years ago, and would drive Hollywood Blvd. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Terry Bertoline
Like his books, there is something about Mr. Joseph Wambaugh that distinguishes him above the rest. For one reason of the other he always seems to deliver a good read on most his... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eddie Wannabee
Not what I expected. But written well. Might be just me, wanting a cohesive story that did not readily reveal itself to me.Published 5 months ago by Lisa A Ushman
A good story if you like idiots (police & civilians) and slugs (police & civilians). Ridiculous collection of vignettes that somehow come together in the end for a truly... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cat Lover