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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (UK 2011)

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Los Angeles, 1958: a city on the make. A boom town at the edge of a new era ripe for plunder.
Lieutenant Dave Klein: in turn a lawyer, bagman, slum landlord, mob killer. Klein stands at the centre of a complex web of plots where violence and death will intersect.

James Ellroy: White Jazz. Windmill Books, ISBN: 9780099537892 (June, 2011), 403 p., £8.99.

 

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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (UK 2005)

From the Publisher:
Los Angeles, 1958: a city on the make. A boom town at the edge of a new era ripe for plunder.
Lieutenant Dave Klein: in turn a lawyer, bagman, slum landlord, mob killer. Klein stands at the centre of a complex web of plots where violence and death will intersect.

James Ellroy: White Jazz. Windmill Books, ISBN: 0099649403 (June, 2005), 403 p., £7.99.

 

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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (USA 2001)

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Los Angeles, 1958. Killings, beatings, bribes, shakedowns--it's standard procedure for Lieutenant Dave Klein, LAPD. He's a slumlord, a bagman, an enforcer--a power in his own small corner of hell. Then the Feds announce a full-out investigation into local police corruption, and everything goes haywire.

Klein's been hung out as bait, "a bad cop to draw the heat," and the heat's coming from all sides: from local politicians, from LAPD brass, from racketeers and drug kingpins--all of them hell-bent on keeping their own secrets hidden. For Klein, "forty-two and going on dead," it's dues time.

Klein tells his own story--his voice clipped, sharp, often as brutal as the events he's describing--taking us with him on a journey through a world shaped by monstrous ambition, avarice, and perversion. It's a world he created, but now he'll do anything to get out of it alive.

Fierce, riveting, and honed to a razor edge, White Jazz is crime fiction at its most shattering.

James Ellroy: White Jazz. A Novel. Vintage Books, ISBN: 0375727361 (April, 2001), 354 p., $14.95.

 

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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (USA 1997)

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The toughest and most successful period crime novel yet by the bestselling author of L.A. Confidential and The Black Dahlia. As commanding officer in the LAPD's Administrative Vice Division, David Klein thought he had seen it all. But this is 1958, and murder, bribery, scams, beatings and shakedowns are a way of life.

James Ellroy: White Jazz. A Novel. Ballantine Books, ISBN: 0449000885 (Julz, 1997), 354 p., $13.00.

 

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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (UK 1994)

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Los Angeles in 1958 is a city on the make; a boom town at the edge of a new era ripe for plunder. Lieutenant Dave Klein - in turn lawyer, bagman, slum landlord and mob killer - stands at the centre of a complex web of violence and death. This is the final part of Ellroy's "LA Quartet".

James Ellroy: White Jazz. Arrow, ISBN: 0099649403 (February, 1994), 368 p., £5.99 (?).

 

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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (USA 1993)

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"Compelling and intense... Sizzles with realism and detail... WHITE JAZZ is filled with heat -- and is Ellroy at his best." THE CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER
It is 1958 and the heat is on LAPD lieutenant Dave Klein. There isn't much he hasn't done in the line of duty -- murder, bribery, scams, beatings, shakedowns. But now, with the Feds on the tail of blue corruption, Klein is hung out to dry as a bad example. So it's pay-up time for him. Big time. He plunges into a nightmare world of greed, blood, fists, and twisted sin. A monstrous world he created. But now the monster has turned on its creator.

James Ellroy: White Jazz. Fawcett Gold Medal, ISBN: 0449148416 (October, 1993), 354 p., $5.99.

 

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White Jazz

James Ellroy: White Jazz (USA 1992)

From the Publisher:
Los Angeles, 1958. Killings, beatings, bribes, shakedowns--it's standard procedure for Lieutenant Dave Klein, LAPD. He's a slumlord, a bagman, an enforcer--a power in his own small corner of hell. Then the Feds announce a full-out investigation into local police corruption, and everything goes haywire.

Klein's been hung out as bait, "a bad cop to draw the heat," and the heat's coming from all sides: from local politicians, from LAPD brass, from racketeers and drug kingpins--all of them hell-bent on keeping their own secrets hidden. For Klein, "forty-two and going on dead," it's dues time.

Klein tells his own story--his voice clipped, sharp, often as brutal as the events he's describing--taking us with him on a journey through a world shaped by monstrous ambition, avarice, and perversion. It's a world he created, but now he'll do anything to get out of it alive.

Fierce, riveting, and honed to a razor edge, White Jazz is crime fiction at its most shattering.

James Ellroy: White Jazz. A Novel. Alfred A. Knopf, ISBN: 0679414495 (September, 1992), 349 p., $22.00.

 

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