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Hard Case books are rarely uplifting. Even so, this was extra bleak. Well written and kept tension high. But did I mention it was dark?Published 2 months ago by Ben Cowles
Excellent writing-exciting to the end.. will read more from this author!Published 5 months ago by Julia Rhodes
I read this book because I really liked little girl lost but songs of innocence fell a little flat to me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Radicalrebel29
I have read several if these hard case mysteries and they are very good. They look at a population which is not always considered moral and make the people real and worthy of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Marilyn A. Land
First couple chapters are excellent. Great imagery. Noir at its finest, darkest, and nihilistic. Don't think. Give it a shot.Published 15 months ago by John Hilton
This and his previous book were excellent! I am sad there are no others!Published 15 months ago by vkearney
While this book is fairly well written, it is so dark and depressing I wouldn't recommend it.Published 17 months ago by Karen S Kidder-Barrett
Read this book you will love it.It flows flows like a stream and ends like a raging river.I was left with my mouth open and shocked.Published 17 months ago by Kindle Customer