Lew Griffin is a survivor, a black man in New Orleans, a detective, a teacher, a writer. And he is a man subject to all of the frailties to which we are heir. Having spent years finding others, he has lost his son - and himself in the process. Now a derelict has appeared in a New Orleans hospital claiming to be Lewis Griffin and displaying a copy of one of Lew's novels. It is the beginning of a quest that will take Griffin into his own past while he tries to deal in the present with a search for three missing young men. The fourth of James Sallisa sequence of much lauded crime novels to feature Lew Griffin. aClassic American crime of the highest ordera-Time OutAs he came out of the trees, a black Honda Civic swung around the corner from Joseph and pulled in at the curb before him. Rauch ... I was half a block off when the Honda pulled away. ... I jotted down the license number in my notebook.
|Title||:||Eye of the Cricket|
|Publisher||:||Oldcastle Books - 2012-05-11|