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Two Graves Dug (Phil Rodriguez #1)

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Phil Rodriquez is the newest of the New York City private eyes. The Lower East Side is his turf, and the people who live their lives and ply their trades in the narrow tip of Manhattan are his clients. He is a native New Yorker and an ex-cop, but his Puerto Rican heritage both separates him from the pack and endears him to clients who might not trust the cop in him. Phil ...more
Hardcover, 230 pages
Published July 11th 2005 by Five Star (ME)
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Mar 22, 2011 Yvonne rated it it was amazing
This was a very quick read. It had interesting characters as well as a lot of harelem history. I did figure out a small bit of the mystery, but other wise i was pleasantly surprised. I think the ending could have been a little different, but I understand why is it was ended the way it was. Room for a second book with the main character.
Dec 12, 2014 Lydia rated it it was amazing
Penny Micklebury is an outstanding writer, willing to take on the "hard stuff" in terms of topic and theme. I only discovered her recently but love what she does with characterization and plot. Since this is one of her first novels, I do have some issue with writing. Paragraphs are long; often there is too much description; but the emotion is strong.

She has recently written a new standalone. I look forward to reading it.

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Mickelbury is a former newspaper, radio and television reporter, based primarily in Washington, D.C. Mickelbury, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, lives in Los Angeles. The novelist and former journalist also is an accomplished playwright. She is one of the playwrights whose work was chosen by the California African-American Museum to be presented as part of its Radio Theatre program.
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