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ISBN:0449209989
Author: Loren D. Estleman
ISBN13: 978-0449209981
Title: Sugartown (The Amos Walker Series #5)
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Language: English
Category: Literary
Publisher: Fawcett Publishing Co (December 12, 1985)

Sugartown (The Amos Walker Series #5) by Loren D. Estleman



Loren D. Estleman (born September 15, 1952 in Ann Arbor, Michigan) is an American writer of detective and Western fiction. He is known for a series of crime novels featuring the investigator Amos Walker. Estleman graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 1974 with a BA in English and journalism. In 2002, Eastern Michigan University presented him with an honorary doctorate in humane letters. He married the mystery writer Deborah Morgan in 1993. He writes with a manual typewriter.

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AN AMOS WALKER MYSTERY Spring has come to Detroit's Sugartown enclave, and Amos Walker would like to feel kindly toward the human race. Loren D. Estleman was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on September 15, 1952. in English literature and journalism from Eastern Michigan University in 1974. He spent several years as a reporter on the police beat before leaving to write full time in 1980. He is a writer of mysteries and westerns. His first novel was published in 1976 and since then he has published more than 70 books including the Amos Walker series, Writing the Popular Novel, Roy and Lillie: A Love Story, The Confessions of Al Capone, and a The Branch and the Scaffold.

About book: Loren D. Estleman is a prolific writer and if you read mysteries, chances are you've read one of his before. I had, but it was a long time ago. When this one came up on the Kindle daily sale, I thought it was time to refresh my memory of this writer. SUGARTOWN is good one to start with. and it won the Private Eye Writers of America's Shamus Award for best hardcover novel of 1985. As in the tradition of the best noir, it opens with a women entering the detective's office looking to hire him. Only.

Spring has come to Detroit's Sugartown enclave, and Amos Walker would like to feel kindly toward the human race. Unfortunately, his first case of the new season immediately leads him into trouble among the Polish settlers of neighboring Hamtramck, when old Martha Evancek hires him to look for her missing grandson.

Book in the Amos Walker Series). Spring has come to Detroit's Sugartown enclave, and Amos Walker would like to feel kindly toward the human race.

Loren D. Estleman is an American writer of detective and Western fiction. Estleman is most famous for his novels about . Other series characters include Old West marshal Page Murdock and hitman Peter Macklin. He has also written a series of novels about the history of crime in Detroit (also the setting of his Walker books.

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Detective Amos Walker's fifth case takes him into the crazy labyrinth of Detroit's Polish emigre community where it intersects with the decay and corruption of the city's criminal underworld
Reviews: 3
Maridor
Loren Estleman continues his excellent series of tough PI Amos Walker, working the mean streets of Motor City, complete with great thumbnail description, wiseguy dialogue, and rife with the sardonic simile and metaphor. This time Walker's missing-persons case takes him into the historic Polish section of Detroit, being quietly devestated by GM backed eminent domain, and mixing Amos up with Russian emigre writers, illegal religious articles traffickers and possible KGB agents. Not to mention encountering the gorgeous book editor Amos will meet again in Every Brilliant Eye, all the while finding a bit of illusive love with a nurse about whom he says "there are women that can be had, and there are women that can only be borrowed". Alas, Amos again must realize his limitations.

Loren Estleman is doing as well with this genre as anyone. His books are great reads--lively, sharp and tough--and, yes, I am a fan and the rating reflects that.
VariesWent
Loren Estleman writes in the author's notes that follow the story at the end of this i-books edition of "Sugartown," that the novel was his angriest in the series. Interestingly, Estleman places the source of his anger as the backdrop for the story. In the early 1980s, Detroit Mayor Coleman Young made a legally shaky eminent domain deal with General Motors that forced hundreds of long time residents from their homes so that a new assembly plant could be built. The displaced homeowners got a very raw deal and a historic neighborhood was destroyed.
But the story Estleman weaves around these events is actually one of Amos Walker's more lively and fun. For once he finds a love interest to lighten his dreary existance. And the two cases he investigates involving Eastern European immigrants lead him in some interesting directions. Overall, this makes the fifth Amos Walker book the best so far in the series (I've been reading them in order) a fact which was confirmed when the book won the Shamus Award for best private eye novel of 1984. This i-books edition also includes inaddition to the newly published author's notes, a recent vintage Amos Walker short story at the end. Think of it as dessert after a fine meal.
Flocton
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