The beloved Ezekiel Rawlins now has a steady job as senior head custodian of Sojourner Truth High School, a nice house with a garden, a loving woman, and children. He counts the blessings of leading a law-abiding life, but is "nowhere near happy," and though he tries to leave the street life behind, he still finds himself trading favors and investigating cases of arson, murder, and missing people. People who can't depend on the law to solve their problems seek out Easy.
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"Mosley's sense of time and place are near-perfect, as usual and M.E. Willis' first-person narration nicely conveys our streetwise and world-weary hero. Highly recommended." (Library Journal)
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Before LIttle Scarlet and Cinnamon Kiss
Not a fan of ME Willis
The story line did but the narrator did not give the same effect as Michael Boatman.
I would have kept Michael Boatman for the Easy Rawlins stories
Because of the story line, yes
- Pennye Neal