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Posted February 8, 2012
Another Excellent Amos Walker
Estleman is at the top of his game here, riffing about Detroit the way Chandler did about LA in his Marlowe novels. Only a writer with imagination would use digital TV signal converter boxes as the basis for a smuggling operation. The story doesn't let up and has no fat in it. Only the end let me down a bit.I suspect there is a sequel somewhere down the road. Amos Walker may be the last of the great hard-boiled PIs, May he live long and prosper (but not enough to retire).
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