Hollywood Crows (Hollywood Station Series #2)

Hollywood Crows (Hollywood Station Series #2)

by Joseph Wambaugh
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Hollywood Crows (Hollywood Station Series #2) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
MarvinH85 More than 1 year ago
Another great Hollywood novel from Joseph Wambaugh. Hollywood Crows is full of lovable miscreants, street people, flawed cops, and despicable villains all roaming the streets of the city of magic and lights. As Wambaugh would put it: F###ing Hollywood! He keeps you coming back and this one is no exception.
Lauraley More than 1 year ago
Joseph Wambaugh's books based on his experience are thrilling and suspenseful from the beginning to the end he continually holds your interest. If it's a Wambaugh book you know it's a good one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was very disappointed with this book, I bought it the first week it was out and then put it on my favorites shelf I was waiting to reading it because I thought it would be so good that like other of his books I would be sad when I read the last page, but I was so very sad this book was so weak that there are better police stories on television --- I hope new readers don't let this book turn them from his other books, they are really great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Different look at what the cops go through as Community Resource Officers.(CROWS) Wambaugh takes you through a good story, with great characters, who will make you laugh and make you mad, and make you cry. Good book.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Love his stories, especially the police practical jokes. I always wonder if he made them up or they actually happened and he included them.
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Crows is the best story J W has ever written. A complicated plot with interwoven characters told so well you finish it and say wow. The cops are believable in thier personal lives and the happiness and sadness that befalls them. The street mopes described can be found in any big city today as can the coniving greedy "beautiful people" and rich immigrants. Trust me people I did 21 years on the steets of an east coast city but scumballs dont change by location, this story is great.
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marcross More than 1 year ago
I love the Hollywood Station series. It's gritty and real. Always wanted to visit, but Wambaugh is the next best thing! (And safer!)
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Rediscovering Wambaugh. Great storyteller. He uses his personal connections with LA and San Diego police to gather great stories that. Ust be stra ge but true, and he obviously listens well. I like the anecdotes woven into the storyline. I am anxious to read #3 in the series.
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Oscar Campbell More than 1 year ago
Cops really like inside jokes it seems. You may like them too! Like the Community Relations Officers called Crows!
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I always enjoyed reading Joseph Wambaugh's books (The Choirboys, The Onion Field, Blue Knight). I love the characters he creates. Yes, the plot wasn't that great in this book, but I just like the little scenarios he puts the characters in. I laughed out loud! Very funny.
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