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All I Did Was Shoot My Man by Walter Mosley
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May 31, 2012

really liked it
Read from May 29 to 31, 2012 , read count: 1

Another fantastic installment in the Leonid McGill series.

The story twists and turns, revealing LT's schemer past as well as the bright hope for his future. Even until the end, I wasn't sure who the real bad guy was in this, for some reason the bad penny only looked like a slug once the perfidy was revealed.

Mosley creates four tracks for the reader to follow: the underlying robbery from the Rutgers company; McGill's continued pursuit of his long absent father; a wayward rich kid who may or may not be out of his depth with real bad men; and the continued division in McGill's love life; whether to choose his wife or his lover.

Tightly woven and a great read. The language may be a bit coarse for those with tender sensibilities, but don't let that stop you, those words are well placed and appropriate when used.

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