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All the Beautiful Sinners
     

All the Beautiful Sinners

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by Stephen Graham Jones
 

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Deputy Sheriff Jim Doe plunges into a renegade manhunt after the town’s sheriff is gunned down. But unbeknownst to him, the suspect—an American Indian—holds chilling connections to the disappearance of Doe’s sister years before. And the closer Doe gets to the fugitive’s trail, the more he realizes that his own involvement in the case is

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All the Beautiful Sinners 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Whether or not you care for Jones' oddball prose, the Nook version of this book is not recommended because, frankly, it's a mess. (I use a first-generation Nook.) Margins are set so that letters disappear off the edges of the screen. Page breaks occur randomly, mid-paragraph. There are no marks for scene breaks, causing jarring, transitionless shifts. Stray characters appear between paragraphs. There's no table of contents, making navigation a pain (especially since this is a book where you really do need to pop back and re-read occasionally). Reading this book takes far more work than it ought. Barnes & Noble does allow publishers to replace e-book files with corrected versions, and hopefully this publisher will do so soon, because as it is, the book is barely legible.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best, most original crime/serial killer novels in the last fifteen years. Excellent prose as well.
pisces62 More than 1 year ago
I love this book. The writing style is really interesting. Jones truly paints pictures with his words and the reader beomes immersed in the storyline and with the characters because the writing is so vivid. It's one of those books that you can't wait to finish because you want to go right back to page one and read it all over again, just so you can catch some of the little nuances you may have missed the first time. A great way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
buy this book. jones is an amazing talent. his prose carry a rhythm and cadence to them unlike any other piece of fiction. i hope this book and mr. jones recieve the kudos they both deserve. this is a masterpeice in literature and mr. jones can write like no other, his prose will hold you hostage. buy it...now.