'Attica Locke is a stand-out in every way' (James Ellroy) 'Locke has an extraordinary gift' (Guardian) 'Akin to George Pelecanos or Dennis Lehane' (New York Times) 'The upper stratum of crime fiction' (Financial Times)"
It was during the Thompson-Delacroix wedding, Caren’s first week on the job, that a cottonmouth, measuring the length of a Cadillac, fell some twenty feet from a live oak on the front lawn, landing like a coil of rope in the lap of the bride’s future mother-in-law.
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