3 journalers for this copy...
Tough, hard-boiled stuff...the author has been described as "Robert B. Parker on steroids" and I'd say that's about right. Earl is a decorated ex-Marine, upright and honest, but deeply melancholic and alcoholic. The son of an abusive, ramrod stiff sherriff of a southern county, Earl is battling his memories and the pressure of being called upon to help the district attorney bring down the mob in 1946 Arkansas. Full of suspense and existential angst.
Journal Entry 2
Phoenix Book Store, 24th St. in San Francisco, California USA on Friday, January 31, 2003
Journal Entry 4
postal release (Kelseyville) in -- Mail or by hand-rings, RABCK, meetings, trades, California USA on Friday, November 07, 2003
Released on Friday, November 07, 2003
at postal release
in Kelseyville, California USA.
mailing to Brewski
Thanks shellyann, I received this in my mailbox today. I'm looking forward to reading this in the near future.
Riveting! I found myself flying through this, I just wasn't able to put it down. Perhaps I'll pass this on to my brother.
Journal Entry 7
Scotiabank, Bay and King in Toronto, Ontario Canada on Wednesday, April 09, 2008
Released 10 yrs ago (4/9/2008 UTC) at Scotiabank, Bay and King in Toronto, Ontario Canada
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left on the bench in the lobby of 44 King St W at around 7:30.
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