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Posted December 26, 2006
Thsi is not a series for everyone. Lew Fonesca is a very depressed character, and the narrative reflects his melancholy moods. However, after the Prologue and first few chapters, you find yourself sucked into the storyline, chiefly because Lew is simply a likeable guy. He is not a physical guy, but you want him in your corner when trouble starts. It is refreshing to see such a reality-based detective. Enhancing the storyline are the odd-ball cast of characters, such as Flo Zink, Adele, and Harvey the computer wiz. Also making an appearance(although too infrequently), is Ames McKinney, who brings to mind an old gunfighter who is not ready to be put out to pasture. This series is still fresh and enjoyable, and the next Fonesca novel is eagerly anticipated.
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