Walter Mosley | Critical Review by Tom Nolan

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Walter Mosley.
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Critical Review by Tom Nolan

SOURCE: Nolan, Tom. “What Isn't and What's Lies and What Didn't Happen.” Los Angeles Times Book Review (10 June 2001): 3.

In the following review, Nolan lauds Fearless Jones as “thrilling and terrifically entertaining,” commending Mosley for creating such charismatic dual protagonists.

“I was driving in a white neighborhood in the middle of the night with an open bottle of peach schnapps in the glove compartment, a married white woman hiding in the backseat, and a stolen.38-caliber pistol next to the gear-shift on the floor.”

It's the autumn of 1954 in Los Angeles, and we're in the middle of a thrilling and terrifically entertaining new Walter Mosley mystery, Fearless Jones—not one featuring his popular hero Easy Rawlins, but a new series narrator: the far-from-fearless Paris Minton.

The normally mild-mannered...

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