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Eight Million Ways to Die by Lawrence Block
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Nov 19, 09

bookshelves: contemporary_post_1945, male_author, new_york_city, new_york_state, mystery, private_investigator
Read in February, 1998

EIGHT MILLION WAYS TO DIE - Okay
Block, Lawrence - 5th in series

[From Fantastic Fiction:] P.I. Matthew Scudder's investigation into the brutal killing of a young hooker, who was trying to get out of the business, reveals lethal secrets that are even dirtier than her clients--and puts Scudder's life on the market as well.

As much as I love Block's writing, I did not feel this book was a good as some of the others in the series. For me, it was only okay.
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