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All the Lucky Ones Are Dead (Aaron Gunner #6)

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In Gar Anthony Haywood's All the Lucky Ones Are Dead, African American PI Aaron Gunner investigates the apparent suicide of one of the most famous rap superstars on the West Coast, C.E. Digga Jones. The job doesn't exactly appeal to him. After all, Gunner prefers to work for folks whose politics he agrees with--and he's an upstanding citizen, unlike a certain foul-mouthed ...more
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Published April 17th 2012 by MysteriousPress.com/Open Road (first published January 1st 2000)
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In Gar Anthony Haywood's All the Lucky Ones Are Dead, African American PI Aaron Gunner investigates the apparent suicide of one of the most famous rap superstars on the West Coast, C.E. Digga Jones. The job doesn't exactly appeal to him. After all, Gunner prefers to work for folks whose politics he agrees with--and he's an upstanding citizen, unlike a certain foul-mouthed cultural icon who seduced young kids into a violent gang lifestyle. So Gunner is irked when the Digga's father begs him to su ...more
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A popular rap star is murdered, or is he? Who is the extremist group following Detective Aaron Gunner, and could they have anything to do with the incident?

It was a good book. It's not as good as Not Long for this World, but it definitely lives in the same neighborhood. There's one glaring flaw in the story. I won't spoil it for you, because Haywood mostly does a good job of keeping the story moving despite the split attention. You won't be disappointed if you're into detective and mystery, and
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aka Ray Shannon.

Gar Anthony Harwood also writes as Ray Shannon. He has won the Shamus and Anthony Award for his mystery fiction. He writes stand-alone novels and short-stories as well as series. He has also written for the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times, written scripts for television drama series (e.g. New York Undercover and the District) and Movies of the Week for ABC. He is a member
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