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Damnation Street by Andrew Klavan
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Jun 26, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, mystery

Damnation Street is not great literature, but for me it was a lot of fun. This is a noire crime story, not really a novel. It's structured around a set of characters (depressed detective, narrator/wet-eared college kid, psychopath, and action hero) who hardly interact and certainly don't develop, but they form a sort of low-life still-life that mirrors the dark setting and criminal situation.
Warnings: profanity and stupid-liberal gags.

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