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The Last Good Kiss by James Crumley
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Feb 05, 11

Read in March, 2010

"When I first moved to Meriwether, and for years before, the Red Baron had been a fine working and drinking man's bar called the Elbow Room, the sort of place where the bartender comes out into the parking lot at seven A.M. to wake up the drunks sleeping in their cars, then helps them inside, and buys the first drink."

"Trahearne sober and during certain stages of drunkenness was a sad old man with a hell of a load of character, but during other stages of his drunks, he was a two-hundred-fifty-pound fifty-seven-year-old schizophrenic child."
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message 1: by Spiros (new)

Spiros I fucking love this book, even if he did do some heavy lifting from "THE LONG GOODBYE" to achieve one of his only coherent plots.


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