While Mad Men explores the changing tide on the east coast, Mosley’s detective Easy Rawlins investigates the disappearance of an L.A. party fixture, Evander “Little Green” Noon. It’s 1967, and Little Green disappears after a drug-fueled night on the Sunset Strip. Rawlins’ investigation leads him on a trip that offers a revealing roadmap of a simultaneously hopeful and foreboding moment in American history.

 

Mosley hinted that his previous Easy Rawlins’ mystery, Blonde Faith, would be his last, but I’m glad to see the always-insightful detective back and in fine form once again.

 


 

Tell Me:  Do you prefer east coast or west coast mysteries?

Comments
by TarHeelGirl00 on ‎05-14-2013 08:12 AM

I like both.  East coast, because it's what I am more familiar with and it's always fun to read a book and recognize a particular establishment or location and the west coast, because I enjoy learning about places that I am not as well-acquainted with.

by Moderator dhaupt on ‎05-14-2013 09:26 AM

Hi TarHeelGirl :smileyhappy:

I like both too, the each have a different feel to them and like you I love "being" somewhere I'm not familiar with to learn the landscape

 

Thanks Jeremy for the post !!