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From the PublisherSeattle Times The best book yet in this fine series. Easy Rawlins [is] one of the most distinctive voices in crime fiction.
The Wall Street Journal Mosley writes with a keen sense of place and a sharp style that pins his unpredictable characters deftly to the page....
Detroit Free press Entertaining....Like Chandler and Ellroy, Mosley's wry wit holds nothing sacred.
The New York Times Book Review [A] well-energized and crafty volume....
Houston Chronicle Mosley....writes with a pure, true voice. A Little Yellow Dog marks another winner for its remarkable author.
San Jose Mercury News A Little Yellow Dog is just as smoky and sexy as Devil In a Blue Dress....[Mosley] tells his story fast and hard, sometimes funny, sometimes lyrical.
Publishers Weekly (starred review) Easy Rawlins is back, which is great news....Mosley's thrillers, always thrilling, are salutary as well.
Newsday How does Walter Mosley do it?....Each Easy Rawlins mystery is better than its predecessor — richer, more nuanced and, in this case, funnier.
Philadelphia Inquirer Mosley just writes so well — so crisply, so smoothly.... His view of human nature is bone-solid realistic, no illusions.
Boston Sunday Globe Early 1960s black Los Angeles is alive in the look and talk of the book.... Easy is a cool dude struggling to stay alive and make sense of his tough and tawdry world.