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Bucking for a promotion, Major Brownley has assigned Hoke Moseley and his pregnant partner a stack of old, unsolved murder cases. In the meantime, Hoke is trying to find a home for himself and his two daughters who have just shown up. Dead broke, he finds a glimmer of hope in a hot case regarding a dead junkie and a beautiful stepmother. Previously published by Ballantine.
"A top-notch crime novel... both tough and funny."- The Washington Post
"No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford."- Elmore Leonard
"Pure pleasure... Mr. Willeford never puts a foot wrong."- The New Yorker
"Nobody writes like Charles Willeford... He is an original—funny, weird, and wonderful."- James Crumley
Posted June 12, 2011
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