Roses Are Dead by Loren D. Estleman

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'“As tough and grimy as they come.” —The New York Times  Praise for the Peter Macklin Thrillers “Peter Macklin is a truly compelling antihero.” —Publishers Weekly on Something Borrowed, Something Black  Praise for Loren D. Estleman “For urban edge and macho color, nobody tops Loren D. Estleman.” —Time   “Estleman writes with concrete-block prose perfectly suited to the hard-boiled genre.” —Chicago Sun-Times   “For readers who can’t get enough of Elmore Leonard and Ross Thomas, try Estleman. He’s that good.” —People   “Estleman writes about Detroit in the ’80s with the same crackling narrative style Chandler used to describe L.A. in the ’40s and ’50s.” —Detroit Free Press  '
'“As tough and grimy as they come.” —The New York Times  Praise for the Peter Macklin Thrillers “Peter Macklin is a truly compelling antihero.” —Publishers Weekly on Something Borrowed, Something Black  Praise for Loren D. Estleman “For urban edge and macho color, nobody tops Loren D. Estleman.” —Time   “Estleman writes with concrete-block prose perfectly suited to the hard-boiled genre.” —Chicago Sun-Times   “For readers who can’t get enough of Elmore Leonard and Ross Thomas, try Estleman. He’s that good.” —People   “Estleman writes about Detroit in the ’80s with the same crackling narrative style Chandler used to describe L.A. in the ’40s and ’50s.” —Detroit Free Press  '
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781504034821 Pages: 233