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Bleeders by Bill Pronzini
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Jul 22, 08

bookshelves: detective, mystery
Read in July, 2008

I like Pronzini's easy, old-fashioned style of writing. It reminds me of the hardboiled detective writers of the 50s and 60s, but it's set in present time. It's amazing to me that he's written so many books and his detective is still "Nameless".

In this book, Nameless nearly gets killed during a blackmail case that goes horribly wrong. It rattles him and he spends most of the book not only trying to get justice for his client, but to find his nerve again.

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