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Fear itself

By: Mosley, Walter

Part of the Fearless Jones mysteries series
0753818361 / 9780753818367
Paperback
02/09/2004
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United Kingdom
Modern crime
20 cm 316 p.
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Reprint. Originally published: New York: Little, Brown; London: Serpent's Tail, 2003.
First mass market paperback publication Walter Mosley is one of America's most respected crime writers and he has a large and devoted fan base. He is also Bill Clinton's favourite author. 'One of America's most gifted writers, of any genre...Mosley's mastery of authentic dialogue is matchless' The Times 'Walter Mosley packs his dialogue tight like a fist, but the economy of language is beautifully lifted by the blues cadences of the characters' dialect' Erin Baker, Daily Telegraph 'Mosley's downbeat, laconic style, his desert-dry wit and his congested plotting remain highly satisfying' Chris P

'Will not disappoint fans of the Easy Rawlins series...The prose is taut and sinewy and Mosley effortlessly creates a classic noir setting' Douglas Field, Big Issue Paris Minton is a man who would rather walk away from trouble, but in 1950s' Los Angeles, it just comes and finds you.

Fearless Jones turns up on Paris's doorstep one night asking him to help an attractive woman find her husband.

One night later a stranger shows up looking for the same man.

It isn't long before Paris is running for his life, and it looks like even his friend Fearless might not be able to save him.

BIC:

FA Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), FF Crime & mystery

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