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Riding with Easy Rawlins in Walter Mosley's 'Rose Gold'
Riding with Easy Rawlins in Walter Mosley's 'Rose Gold'

In last year's "Little Green," we witnessed the literal rebirth of Walter Mosley's streetwise and down-home detective Easy Rawlins as he emerged from a two-month semi-coma into a strange new world — L.A.'s version of 1967's Summer of Love — and hunted down a lost black teenager in the city's hippie enclaves. Now, in "Rose Gold," his 13th adventure, set just afterword, Easy is charged with locating the heiress to a munitions fortune, Rosemary Goldsmith, who may have been kidnapped by an ex-boxer possibly turned revolutionary leader. After 20 years as a private investigator, Rawlins is uniquely able to navigate the city's evolving...

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