New Easy Rawlins mysteries-original short stories from the New York Times bestselling and award-winning mystery author. As Carolyn See said in The Washington Post Book World: "God bless the day that Walter Mosley created Easy Rawlins!" This handsome collection contains six interconnected stories. Fans can now add these original stories in Six Easy Pieces to their Walter Mosley library: "Smoke," "Crimson Stain," "Silver Lining," "Lavender," "Gato Green," "Gray-Eyed Death," and "Amber Gate."
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by Walter Mosley
"Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins is back, a new man in post WWII Los Angeles. The former self-styled detective enjoys his patchwork family and suburban home, his solid job at a school, his suit, and the respect he gains from students. But as they so often do, a ghost waylays Easy, that of his supposedly late best friend, "Mouse." Mosley uses a flat and colorful writing style to depict Easy as he is drawn back to the violent L.A. underworld and its disenfranchised black community. A satisfying text and subtext will keep you listening closely. D.J.B. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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