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MY BOOK BEGINNING
Dale Crowe Junior told Kathy Baker, his probation officer, he didn't see where he had done anything wrong.
-- Maximum Bob by Elmore Leonard.
I haven't read an Elmore Leonard book in years. I o.d.ed on them a while back so had to take a long break.
I haven't read any of Leonard's books - I'm looking forward to your review.ReplyDelete
This one sounds good! I've enjoyed some books by this author.ReplyDelete
That sounds like a great start!ReplyDelete
I keep hearing such good stuff about Leonard's writing, so ... why haven't I read any of his books? This sounds like a good place to start. Love the opening.ReplyDelete
Here I am an avid mystery reader and I've never tried an Elmore Leonard. Must read one to see what all the fuss is about.ReplyDelete
Whoops. I wonder what he did wrong.ReplyDelete
I like that beginning. Sounds like someone my have been up to something that he shouldn't have!ReplyDelete