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Mystery
  • Author:
    Loren D. Estleman
  • ISBN:
    0523421869
  • ISBN13:
    978-0523421865
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  • Publisher:
    Pinnacle Books (January 1, 1984)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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Loren D. Estleman - Amos Walker 21 - Infernal Angels (Amos Walker Year Published: 2011. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Estleman's third book of the series is engaging, but perhaps not as much as the . Loren Estleman writes classic hard-boiled PI fiction slicker than black ice on the Long Island Expressway

Loren D. Estleman's third book of the series is engaging, but perhaps not as much as the iconic first book in the series, "Motor City Blue". Amos Walker is wisecracking and the cast of supporting characters are interesting and fairly well developed Loren Estleman writes classic hard-boiled PI fiction slicker than black ice on the Long Island Expressway. This 3rd book of the Amos Walker series begins with the murder of two Detroit cops and the crippling of another by a hold-over black militant group. Estleman (born September 15, 1952 in Ann Arbor, Michigan) is an American writer of detective and Western fiction. He is known for a series of crime novels featuring the investigator Amos Walker. Estleman graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 1974 with a BA in English and journalism. In 2002, Eastern Michigan University presented him with an honorary doctorate in humane letters. He married the mystery writer Deborah Morgan in 1993. He writes with a manual typewriter.

by Loren D. Estleman. A New York Times Notable Book: A cop is shot and a Detroit PI is determined to find the culprit in this mystery by a multiple Shamus Award winner

by Loren D. A New York Times Notable Book: A cop is shot and a Detroit PI is determined to find the culprit in this mystery by a multiple Shamus Award winner. A routine case puts Amos Walker on the highway to Ann Arbor, but the trip turns deadly just a few miles outside of Detroit. Tailing a trucker suspected of faking hijackings, Walker does his best to keep a safe distance, but is recognized anyway. The trucker runs him off the road, and it’s only the tight handling of an American-made Cutlass that keeps Walker from becoming roadkill.

The Midnight Man. (Book in the Amos Walker Series). by Loren D. Mistakes can be fatal in the private-eye business so when Amos Walker offers his services to a crippled cop's pretty blonde wife for free, he should have seen the warning signs. This is the third book in the series of Amos Walker mysteries, following on from Motor City Blue and Angel Eyes.

Loren D. Estleman is the the award-winning author of over sixty-five novels, including mysteries and westerns. ANY MAN'S DEATH, a Peter Macklin thriller, features in this selection of reads for fans of Scorcese's newest flick! Did Martin Scorsese's new mob film give you a taste for the fast life? We’ve laid out our top reads for fans of 'The Irishman,' including crime fiction and true stories alike. 3 June 2019 ·. ANGEL EYES features in this great list of noir books on Murder & Mayhem. Estleman is the author of seven other Walker novels, including "Motor City Blue". From the Inside Flap: The Bookcassette® format is a special recording technique developed as a means of condensing the full, unabridged audio text of a book to record it on fewer tapes. by. Estleman, Loren D. Publication date. An Amos Walker mystery. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City. Walker, Amos (Fictitious character), Private investigators. Boston : Houghton Mifflin.

Authors: Loren D. The man wearing it looked surprised and knowing at the same time. 10 4. /10 Your: Rate. I’d seen the expression before, always with a combination of envy and relief. I glanced at the back. A faded stamp read PROPERTY OCSD 12/31/49 DO NOT REMOVE FROM PREMISES.

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Are you sure you want to remove The Midnight Man (The Amos Walker Series from your list? The Midnight Man (The Amos Walker Series by Loren D. Estelman. Published February 12, 1987 by Fawcett Publishing Co. Written in English.

Private eye, Amos Walker, repays a debt when a police sergeant, Van Sturtevant, is shot trying to help two colleagues who had been ambushed. Sturtevant and his wife hire Walker to find the people responsible, but Walker ends up in a race with a bounty hunter who is prepared to kill. Loren D. Estleman is the author of seven other Walker novels, including "Motor City Blue".

Gaiauaco
Amos Walker is back,and Loren Estleman's Detroit PI is nearly killed on a surveillance job, and subsequently drawn into the case of finding the shooters in an ambush that leaves the cop that saved Walker in a wheelchair. It's the early 80's and Walker is chasing holdout 70's violent revolutionaries, aided and obstructed by cops and a giant cowboy bounty hunter, wise-cracking all the way.

Estleman's prose is lean and hard, and his stories move. He has staked out the gritty and unforgivng terrain of the Motor City and this is hardboiled fiction done like it should be done. No one is working this genre any better.
Ginaun
Unlike his first two Amos Walker books where Amos was a believable private eye, this one has Amos larger than life and surviving like a science fiction character. That kind of spoils an otherwise steady mystery.
showtime
I thought this was the second best in the Walker series (Silent Thunder being my favorite). It is dark, violent and provides an interesting window into Detroit in the early 80's.
Throw her heart
I love Estleman's writing, thus I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others--it definitely is challenging. Write on.
Cha
Amos Walker writes in an interesting way for Kindle reading. I can enjoy some and then put it down for the next time available. Reading this book makes one want to read more from the same author.
Hulore
"The Midnight Man" is a bit darker than usual for an Amos Walker novel. Death hangs omnipresent as the intrepid Walker tries to bring a cop killer to justice before he is killed by the police. Along the way he encounters black militants, a bounty hunter, a sex-starved cop's wife and more dead bodies than he would care to count. Author Loren D. Estleman runs his hero through the wringer in this adventure and it is a great ride indeed. Walker is everything a great P.I. ought to be, tough, sarcastic, somewhat alcoholic and beholden to a his own private code of justice. He is Phillip Marlowe updated for modern times.
This "I-Book" edition features the added bonus of an essay by the author regarding his inspiriations for the novel. Addtionally, it also has an Amos Walker short story, "Redneck" that comes along at the end like the desert to a fine meal. Overall a very worthwhile package.
Arcanescar
There are a lot of better known writers today. But, there are none better than Estelman.The Amos Walker series is fun, exciting and challenging. Strong characters and good stories. If you like noir mysteries and the Chandler hardboiled style, you'll love Estelman. This entry is one of his finest. But, whatever Estelman(Amos Walker) book you begin with, you cannot go wrong.