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"Harrowing and surprising."
"The best book on the mystery racks these days [is] Charles Willeford's Miami Blues."
--The Village Voice
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Crime from the perpetrator's view. I liked the different slant. Good read from start to finish.Published 25 days ago by felix1983
What do broken fingers, Miami, an airhead, a haiku, missing dentures, stolen credit cards, a pawn shop, a Ritz cracker box and a guy nicknamed Junior all have in common? Read morePublished 1 month ago by fra7299
Pure escapism! Surprising that I'm still turning the pages. I want to see how it ends!Published 1 month ago by AL.C
I have no idea how I have managed to miss this great author for all these years. As an Elmore Leonard fan who has read all of his books, I am thrilled there is another writer I can... Read morePublished 5 months ago by deputydad
The Hoke Moseley novels bring a gritty, yet human, realism to the US "hard-boiled" detective genre. Read morePublished 8 months ago by R. Williams
This is my first Willeford novel. I love Elmore Leonard's work and this book caught my eye as Mr. Leonard wrote the forward. Read morePublished 9 months ago by theddrake
AN EXCELLENT READ. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO THE TV PILOT AND THEN THE SERIES. NITTY GRITTY MIAMI IN THE 70s,Published 10 months ago by Terri G
I wanted to read this novel because there's a cable series in the works based on the Hoke Moseley books. I hope the TV series will be better than this. Read morePublished 15 months ago by jazznut