At the conclusion of Blonde Faith, Walter Mosley appeared to have killed off private detective Easy Rawlins, who had been a favorite of readers and critics alike. Now, six years later, he has brought Easy back in a new novel, Little Green.
Easy’s resurrection will remind readers of the way Arthur Conan Doyle sent another beloved character to an apparent death in a plunge from Reichenback Falls in The Final Problem, only to bring him back to life in The Return of Sherlock Holmes.
You can read my Associated Press review of Mosley’s new novel here.
You can order the book here.
And you can learn more about the author here.