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Hoke Moseley Omnibus: Miami Blues, New Hope for the Dead, Sideswipe, The Way We Die Now

Charles Willeford

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

'No one writes a better crime novel than Charles Willeford' Elmore Leonard

Hoke Moseley is the star of the modern South Florida crime novel, birthed by Charles Willeford, whose forebear is John D. MacDonald and who, in his turn, has inspired Carl Hiaasen and Quentin Tarantino. Through Moseley we are witness to a Miami in transition, from lush retirement haven to capital of 1980s glamour, drugs and weird crime.

Willeford's four Miami novels present a hero rather the worse for wear. Hoke sucks at life; in his mid-forties, with false teeth and an aching body, a bad divorce has left him with the cheap work and the care of two teenage daughters.

His offbeat humour, brilliant writing and quirky sense of fashion have assured Charles Willeford a permanent place alongside the greats of modern crime fiction.

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Praise for Hoke Moseley Omnibus: Miami Blues, New Hope for the Dead, Sideswipe, The Way We Die Now

  • One of our most skilled, interesting, accomplished and productive writers - Washington Post

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