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Publisher's Summary

US Marshal Raylan Givens is back in action, with a federal warrant to serve on a dope dealer named Angel Arenas. The state troopers are impressed when the marshal struts into the convict's hotel room without drawing his gun, but Raylan soon finds that Angel's already been the victim of another crime; one that's way bigger than a bit of pot, and clearly the work of a professional...
©2012 Elmore Leonard (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By jeff on 10-25-17

narrator pretty hopeless

not Elmore at his best. the last gasp of the greatest. more like a collection of short stories of variable worth.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lou on 09-29-15

'Raylan rocked!'

This was great, I enjoyed this from start to finish. Great story, great characters, and brilliantly narrated by Nick Landrum, who brought each and every character to life. Highly recommend this if you're an Elmore Leonard fan!

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1 out of 5 stars
By Peter Chistopher Franck on 12-23-12

Is this reallly Elmore Leonard?

Raylan has appeared in earlier novels by Lenonard. Here he was an entirely different character.

I sincerely doubt Leonard has written any of this novel - except his signature at the end of the manuscript.

On top of that the narration was disappointing, but then again the poor narrator must have found it hard to get inspired.

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