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Little Scarlet

An Easy Rawlins Mystery

by Walter Mosley

Little Scarlet
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  • First Published:
    Jul 2004, 320 pages
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    Apr 2005, 352 pages

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Gino (11/09/07)

Getting To Know Easy Rawlin
To really get to know the characters in the Easy Rawling series of Walter Mosley books, you must read first Six Easy Pieces, then Gone fishing.
I feel I know the characters personally and can't wait to read another and another. I never get tried of reading the Easy Rawlin series. Even when Mouse is not part of this particular story he is still there. I've read all ten of the books and now I'm starting over in the order they were written.
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