And Sometimes I Wonder About You
By Walter Mosley
Walter Mosley's Leonid McGill series is the best-kept secret in crime fiction: an explosive new McGill from Walter Mosley, creator of the internationally bestselling Easy Rawlins series.
IN NEW YORK, IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM NO ONE ELSE CAN SOLVE, YOU CALL LEONID McGILL
Ex-boxer, hard drinker, in a business that trades in cash and favours, McGill's an old-school P.I. working a city that's got fancy all around him.
When McGill is approached by a small-time office manager to track down his long lost cousin, he declines the case. He can almost smell the desperation on the man. But then McGill's office is broken into, and his potential client is found dead. Soon, McGill finds himself drawn into the underbelly of an establishment family, and a Pandora's box of secrets and lies.
Taking you from the moneyed haunts of Uptown to the shady streets of Downtown, Mosley is the Chandler of Obama's America, and one of the finest crime writers in the world.
Walter Mosley is one of America's best loved authors. He is the author of the internationally bestselling Easy Rawlins series, and his novels include DEVIL IN A BLUE DRESS, which was made into the acclaimed film of the same name starring Denzel Washington and Don Cheadle. His books have been translated into 23 languages and have sold more than 3.5 million copies to date. He lives in New York City.
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11 Aug 2016
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Mosley's sharp ear for dialogue and talent for sketching memorable characters are much in evidence in this instalment, further deepening his complex lead — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY on SOMETIMES I WONDER ABOUT YOU
This is Mosley at his best, with not one word wasted, and a story which will leave you with much to think about — Crime Fiction Lover on And Sometimes I Wonder About You
Walter Mosley breaks every rule in the private-detective-story stylebook... McGill is one of the most humane (and likable) P.I.s in the business — New York Times
If you want a crime novel that captures your imagination, then this is for you. Mosley takes you on an adventurous journey which leaves you wondering, what could possibly happen next? — Words of Colour