Something Borrowed, Something Black by Loren D. Estleman

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'“Peter Macklin is a truly compelling antihero. . . . The story vibrates with letter-perfect details. . . . Each character, major or minor, is fresh and real, and this creates a terrific energy throughout the book, demonstrating once again why Estleman has won so many awards.” —Publishers Weekly   “Spell-binding . . . Just about anything Estleman writes is worth reading.” —Reviewingtheevidence.com  Praise for Loren D. Estleman “Other writers do it well. Estleman does it best.” —The Armchair Detective   “An expert writer.” —The New York Times   “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  '
'“Peter Macklin is a truly compelling antihero. . . . The story vibrates with letter-perfect details. . . . Each character, major or minor, is fresh and real, and this creates a terrific energy throughout the book, demonstrating once again why Estleman has won so many awards.” —Publishers Weekly   “Spell-binding . . . Just about anything Estleman writes is worth reading.” —Reviewingtheevidence.com  Praise for Loren D. Estleman “Other writers do it well. Estleman does it best.” —The Armchair Detective   “An expert writer.” —The New York Times   “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: 9781504034845 Pages: 212