• The pleasures of Crumley's writing has always been in the characters, dialogue and incidental delights

  • It's the journey, with all its wild, wicked, sweet, painful, courageous, outrageous and obscene encounters - which must somehow include those between man and duck - that will stay with the reader after the blood dries'

    New York Times
  • The pleasures of a James Crumley novel derive mostly from the zing of its characters, the bite of its epigrams, and a restless, almost manic vitality - prose on amphetamines

    Entertainment Weekly

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