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This was my first Wambaugh book. It seemed liked it dragged a little but the ending was great. Look forward to reading his next book.Published 4 days ago by Russell B. Leavitt
Typical Wambaugh, it's largely a series of mostly humorous events, loosely tied together by a common thread of persons and sometimes - story line. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ken Dalton
Wambaugh is an acquired taste and I am so glad I acquired that taste.Published 13 days ago by P. I. Pat
The first installment of former LAPD sergeant Joseph Wambaugh's Hollywood quartet franchise, "Hollywood Station," is a good, ready, and entertaining read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Van T. Roberts
Wambaugh includes enough humor to keep the story moving. Subplots always come together in the end.Published 3 months ago by rdgrnprx
I've read all of Wambaughs work. His earliest books are still the best.Published 3 months ago by Michael Turturici