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Miami Blues

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues (UK 2014)

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'No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford' Elmore Leonard
Ex-con Freddy 'Junior' Frenger lands in Miami with a pocketful of stolen credit cards and plans for a new life of crime, and disappears with a snatched suitcase, leaving the corpse of a Hare Krishna behind him.

Homicide detective Hoke Moseley is soon on his case, chasing the immoral Junior and his hooker girlfriend through the Cuban ghettos, luxury hotels and seedy suburban sprawl of Miami in an increasingly perilous game of hide and seek.

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues. With a Foreword by Lawrence Block. The Murder Room, ISBN: 9781471913419 (August, 2014), 749 KB (ca. 210 p.), £4.99.

 

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Miami Blues

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues (USA 2004)

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After a brutal day investigating a quadruple homicide, Detective Hoke Moseley settles into his room at the un-illustrious El Dorado Hotel and nurses a glass of brandy. With his guard down, he doesn't think twice when he hears a knock on the door. The next day, he finds himself in the hospital, badly bruised and with his jaw wired shut. He thinks back over ten years of cases wondering who would want to beat him into unconsciousness, steal his gun and badge, and most importantly, make off with his prized dentures. But the pieces never quite add up to revenge, and the few clues he has keep connecting to a dimwitted hooker, and her ex-con boyfriend and the bizarre murder of a Hare Krishna pimp.

Chronically depressed, constantly strapped for money, always willing to bend the rules a bit, Hoke Moseley is hardly what you think of as the perfect cop, but he is one of the the greatest detective creations of all time.

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues. A Hoke Moseley Novel. With an Introduction by Elmore Leonard. Vintage Crime/Black Lizard, ISBN: 9781400032464 (August, 2004), 191 p., $14.00.

 

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Miami Blues

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues (UK 2001)

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Freddy "Junior" Frenger, psycho fresh out of San Quentin flies into Miami airport with a pocketful of stolen credit cards and disappears leaving behind the corpse of a Hare Krishna. Soon homicide detective, Hoke Moseley is pursuing the chameleonlike Frenger and his airheaded hooker, girlfriend through the smart hotels, Cuban ghettoes and seedy surburban malls of Miami in a deadly game of hide and seek.

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues. No Exit Press, ISBN: 1842430092 (January, 2001), 213 p., £6.99.

 

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Miami Blues

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues (USA 1995)

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Beware of the cop. He bites.
Hoke Moseley never saw him coming: the person who crashed into his squalid little hidey-hole in the Eldorado Hotel. When his assailant was was done, Hoke's pride and joy, his dentures, were gone. So were his gun and his badge.

Recovering from the brutal beating, Hoke tried to figure out who had administered it. The one place he didn't look was at a pair of ill-suited lovers: an ex-con from California and a simpleminded whore was was studying business management at Miami-Dade college.

What the two had in common was a demented interest in haiku, a Hare Krishna who died of a broken finger at a Miami airport, and the acquaintance of a cop without any teeth: the very cop who, as soon as he remembers, will hunt them down. All the way down.

Charles Willeford: Miami Blues. A Hoke Moseley Novel. With a new Introduction by Jon A. Jackson. Dell, ISBN: 0440218837 (December, 1995), 290 p., $4.99.

 

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