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All I Did Was Shoot My Man (Leonid McGill Series #4)

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6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave

Walter Mosley continues his winning ways with this fast paced, hard hitting, twisted web of a mystery. If you haven't started reading Mosley, you are truly missing out on some very literate and well plotted mysteries. Leonid McGill has a problem, well, one of many. Year...
Walter Mosley continues his winning ways with this fast paced, hard hitting, twisted web of a mystery. If you haven't started reading Mosley, you are truly missing out on some very literate and well plotted mysteries. Leonid McGill has a problem, well, one of many. Years ago at a mobster's request, he planted evidence against a woman, Zella Grisham, that implicated her as an accomplice in a multimillion dollar robbery. She was already on the fast track to prison, having shot and wounded her husband three times after finding him in bed with another woman. Over the years, McGill has been changing his ways, regretting many of the things he had done in his dark past. After seven years in prison, Zella is released after McGill founds a way to have the robbery evidence discredited without implicating himself. McGill tries furtively to further pay his debt to Zella by finding out who really stole the corporate millions. Bodies soon start to pile up around him as someone is covering their trail. When his family is threatened McGill turns up the heat. Provided for review by the well read folks at Library Thing and Riverhead Books.

posted by Ronrose on January 2, 2012

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

All I Did Was Shoot My Man

I hate to give a brotha a bad review BUT this is truly one of the worst reads in the 10 years of our book club history. Gave him a second chance...not worthy of a third.

posted by Mrsljackson4 on March 23, 2012

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    ON THE FENCE WITH THIS ONE

    FIRST OFF, THIS BOOK HAD WAY TO MANY CHARACTERS FOR YOU TO KEEP TRACK OF. JUST WHEN YOU THINK YOU KNOW WHO IS WHO, MOSLEY, INTRODUCES YOU TO SOMEONE ELSE. THEN IT TOOK WAY TO LONG TO BUILD UP STEAM TO HOLD MY ATTENTION. I NEVER GOT EXCITED ABOUT READING THIS BOOK. I MOSTLY WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO IT ENDING. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK........

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