T. Jefferson Parker’s “The Famous and the Dead.” My Review.

parkerWith “The Famous and the Dead,” T. Jefferson Parker brings his six-novel saga about Charlie Hood, an LA lawman hellbent on disrupting gunrunning along the Mexican border, to a conclusion.

The new crime novel, like the series as a whole, is ambitious, daring, at once brilliant and maddeningly uneven — and well worth reading. You can read my Associated Press review here.

You can read more about Parker and his work here.

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