- Author:John Morgan Wilson
- Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan (January 15, 2000)
- Pages:316 pages
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John Morgan Wilson is the author of several novels in the Benjamin Justice series as well as two co-written books with band .
John Morgan Wilson is the author of several novels in the Benjamin Justice series as well as two co-written books with band leader Peter Duchin. He's the winner of the Edgar Award and three-time winner of the Lambda Literary Award for the Benjamin Justice novels. While author John Morgan Wilson takes the novel's scenario pretty close to over-the-top, with extreme characters and hard to believe coincidences and plot zig-zags, the very fine writing (narrative and dialogue) and the well-sketched Southern California setting, ultimately make the story line digestible and enjoyable.
by John Morgan Wilson. Published January 15, 2000 by Palgrave Macmillan.
John Morgan Wilson is the author of four previous novels featuring Benjamin Justice and is the co-author of "Blue Moon" with Peter Duchin
John Morgan Wilson is the author of four previous novels featuring Benjamin Justice and is the co-author of "Blue Moon" with Peter Duchin. He won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel for "Simple Justice" and the Lambda Literary Award for" Justice at Risk" and "The Limits of Justice," He lives in West Hollywood, California.
When a pretty-boy cokehead is murdered outside a gay bar in a working class district of Los Angeles, and a young Latino quickly confesses to the crime, it appears the case is closed. Benjamin Justice, a disgraced former reporter with the Los Angeles Times, is lured out of his alcoholic seclusion to look more deeply into the murder. But why would a teenager confess to a brutal gang initiation killing he didn't commit? Only Benjamin Justice understands, but with his credibility shattered, no one's listening.