Always a reader. Writing to remember and to share my thoughts on the books I read.
Thefts, affairs, deceptions, double crosses, and murders abound as detective Easy Rawlins winds his way through the mystery of the Devil in a Blue Dress. Walter Mosley set the book in the 1940s and used it as a social commentary on race relations that is unfortunately still relevant today. Ultimately, this is not really the book for me (or rather I am not the reader for this book), but it was an interesting introduction to a genre I don't normally read.
Read my complete review at: Memories From Books - Devil in a Blue Dress