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Young Blood (Phil Allman P....

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Jesse Garon: The Search for...

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Susceptible (Phil Allman #5)

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Lolita was one of the most revered and popular novels of the twentieth century. Yet it's about a man who sexually lusts after preteen girls in general, and "Lolita" in particular. My new novel, Young Blood, the third in the Phil Allman P.I. series, covers somewhat similar ground, but the protagonist simply initiates a flirtatious online chat with her. As a detective, he ends up having to find h... Read more of this blog post »
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And I Love Her (Mystery & Thrillers)
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Description: How far can you push a man? Phil Allman, the Philadelphia-based P.I. and protagonist of the recently published novel Jesse Garon (Wild Child Publishing) tackles the most important and agonizing case of his career in this sequel. And I Love Her is a 50,000-word noir glimpse into a marriage gone bad and a divorce and custody battle gone worse. Someone killed Allman’s ex-wife…and that someone may be Allman himself. Through twists, turns, and several other murders, the Philadelphia police force comes to believe that Allman is the likely killer. Readers won’t be sure the cops aren’t right. Published 12/13 by Wild Child Publishing and sold on most retail Internet book outlets.

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One-Way Ticket by William G. Tapply
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So a FAMILY ATTORNEY abandons the rest of his practice, risks his life and limb repeatedly, works 24/7 for a long forgotten client for no compensation. Just like every lawyer I know. Stilted dialogue, silly plot and outcome, but written in an overall ...more
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The Outsider by Richard Wright
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Disappointing effort from author of the tremendous Native Son
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Citizen Vince by Jess Walter
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Terrible, pretentious effort from an author I otherwise have liked.
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A Man in Full by Tom Wolfe
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My tastes rarely change. I read this book 20 years ago and loved it. Not this time. Horribly overwritten, many superfluous subplots and characters, and more unnecessary exclamation marks per page than a teenage rant!! About 200 salvageable pages out ...more
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California Fire and Life by Don Winslow
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What started out as a really good detective novel is ruined by unnecessary flashbacks, ridiculous subplots, cliches, and overwrought dialogue.
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The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe
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The great American modern day novel? Why not? Its biting look at race and class in 1980’s New York could not be more prescient to Black Lives Matter, Occupy Wall Street, and similar social movements of the early twenty-first century. Most importantly ...more
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The Spiritualist Murders by James Musgrave
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A delicious stew of murder, feminism, clairvoyance, and the supernatural in late nineteenth century America make The Spiritualist Murders an excellent and exciting read, and clairvoyant in its own way as to the societal changes that would take place ...more
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The Power of the Dog by Don Winslow
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Cliched characters, and an overlong and endlessly redundant plot spoil an otherwise well written crime drama.
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Blue Avenue by Michael Wiley
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I like the unrelenting darkness of the book. But the ending ruined it, the perpetrator going on and on instead of killing everybody, of course giving time for the great rescue. Just stupid. If you’re going dark, stay dark.
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We Live in Water by Jess Walter
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A few great stories, a few ok ones, the rest really good. But I love the overall feel of these stories of hard luck losers.
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