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The Detail account gives you a sense who Leonid character is,and the story line makes you feel like your part of it.
Despite that minor quibble, this is a good novel by a very good writer, and it's one that mystery fans (and fans of good writing) should enjoy.
I think with the first, The Long Fall, establishing the character made it harder to follow the story line but it was also a great read.
Mosley is one of my favorite writers. While not as good as THE LONG FALL, this novel gets a "B".Published 3 months ago by shorty
Interesting plots which highlight "LT's" view of himself, more dark than light but a survivor and pragmatist. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Relna Vire
Leonid McGill is an ageing, contemplative, philosophical PI with issues. One can relate to him. His ruminations are quotable and he occupies a milieu that has a character of it's... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robert
I've long been an avid fan of Walter Mosley's Easy Rawlins series which was set in L.A., and which I think is one of the best and most inventive P.I. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James L. Thane
This wasn't the first time I've read a Walter Mosley novel, but it was my first Leonid McGill mystery and it won't be my last. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lloyd Lofthouse
This book captures the NY culture with the urban flare that only Walter Mosely can bring. I loved the book and cannot wait for the next book to come outPublished 7 months ago by Alvan A. Arzu
These Leonid McGill mysteries are great reads for the crime mystery lover who likes to feel like they know the main character personally by the end of the first book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Zoe Bug
Known to Evil has potential, but needs editing. The story line is good; it's execution takes too long. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Catherine Snedaker
Always a pleasure. Can't wait for the next one. Each character is entertaining and intriguing. He's a terrific writer and commentator.Published 8 months ago by John P. Flyhn