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A Little Yellow Dog by Walter Mosley
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Jun 12, 08

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Walter Mosley is a great writer. His style is clean and unlabored and his stories are classic examples of the genre. But he distinguishes himself within an otherwise formulaic genre (Crime Novels) by injecting his stories with rich African American culture and he is not shy about making race criticisms in the spirit of Langston Hughes and James Baldwin (although not quite the same ilk).

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