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The Way We Die Now

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now (UK 2014)

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'No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford' Elmore Leonard
Sergeant Hoke Moseley is struggling: his division chief is making ominous plans for him, a man he sent to jail for murder has moved in across the street, and he's stuck on one of his toughest cold cases yet. So the last thing he needs is to be sent undercover just as he's beginning to make some headway with his work.

South of Miami he is taken as a migrant worker to a farm where rumours of murder and slavery are rife. With only a Filipino prostitute and his own wits to protect him, Hoke faces vicious rednecks and his own scheming boss in this funny, vibrant masterpiece of hard-boiled fiction, the final Hoke Moseley.

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now. With a Foreword by Lawrence Block. The Murder Room, ISBN: 9781471914324 (August, 2014), 962 KB (ca. 208 p.), £4.99.

 

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The Way We Die Now

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now (USA 2005)

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When Miami Homicide Detective Hoke Moseley receives an unexplained order to let his beard grow, he doesn't think much about it. He has too much going on at home, especially with a man he helped convict ten years before moving in across the street. Hoke immediately assumes the worst, and considering he has his former partner, who happens to be nursing a newborn, and his two teenage daughters living with him, he doesn't like the situation on bit. It doesn't help matters when he is suddenly assigned to work undercover, miles away, outside of his jurisdiction and without his badge, his gun, or his teeth. Soon, he is impersonating a drifter and tring to infiltrate a farm operation suspected of murdering migrant workers. But when he gets there for his job interview, the last thing he is offered is work.

In this final installment of the highly acclaimed Hoke Moseley novels, Charles Willeford's brilliance and expertise show on every page. Equally funny, thrilling, and disturbing, The Way We Die Now is a triumphant finish to one of the most original detective series of all time.

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now. A Hoke Moseley Novel. With an Introduction by Donald E. Westlake. Vintage Crime/Black Lizard, ISBN: 9781400032501 (August, 2005), 245 p., $15.00.

 

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The Way We Die Now

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now (UK 2001)

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Hoke Moseley is getting into cold cases - no clues, no leads - and that's fine by him. He's wanted to close the book on that Miami M.D. murder for three years. But his boss has something a little hotter in mind but he is keeping it quiet telling Hoke to just let his beard grow and sit tight. Stripped of his wallet, gun... even his false teeth, Hoke is sent south to the migrant farms where rumours of slavery and sudden death prove all too true. And now things really are heating up because a guy without protection in that no-man's land is as good as dead.

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now. No Exit Press, ISBN: 1842430122 (November, 2001), 217 p., £7.99.

 

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The Way We Die Now

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now (USA 1996)

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Look the Part. Die the Part.
A three-year-old murder case was coming together nicely. A killer Hoke had once put in prison has moved into the house across the street. And Hoke Moseley's daughter has blue hair. But now Hoke has to walk away from his life and pretend to be a bum. Turns out it isn't hard.

Hoke hands over his teeth, wallet, and gun on the hot Tamiani Trail -- the highway that connects Miami and Naples by way of the alligator-infested Everglades. Hoke's boss, Major Willie Brownley, has arranged this little undercover adventure. And what an adventure it will be.

In a dusty corner of South Florida, Hoke enters a world of Haitian migrant workers, soup kitchens, and forgotten whores. And in the searing heat he'll meet the man he's been sent to kill -- the most vicious beast in the land...

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now. A Hoke Moseley Novel. With a new Introduction by Donald E. Westlake. Dell, ISBN: 0440218853 (April, 1996), 289 p., $4.99.

 

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The Way We Die Now

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now (USA 1989)

From the Publisher:
When Miami homicide detective Hoke Moseley receives an unexplained order to let his beard grow, he doesn't think much about it. He has too much going on at home, especially with a man he helped convict ten years before moving in across the street. Hoke immediately assumes the worst, and considering he has his former partner, who happens to be nursing a newborn, and his two teenage daughters living with him, he doesn't like the situation one bit. It doesn't help matters when he is suddenly assigned to work undercover, miles away, outside of his jurisdiction and without his badge, his gun, or his teeth. Soon he is impersonating a drifter and trying to infiltrate a farm operation suspected of murdering migrant workers. But when he gets there for his job interview, the last thing he is offered is work.

Charles Willeford: The Way We Die Now. A Hoke Moseley Detective Thriller. Ballantine Books, ISBN: 0345353323 (January, 1989), 217 p., $3.95.

 

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