Best-known for his popular mysteries featuring private investigator Easy Rawlins, Walter Mosley transcends the conventional bounds of fiction writing. The New York Times Book Review called him "a literary artist as well as a master of mystery." The Boston
Mosley’s novels depict the black experience as seen through the eyes of ordinary men. “Fully formed, complex black men have been absent from much of contemporary literature,” says Mosley. Imbued with dignity, insight and whatever strength they have, Mosley’s characters deal with what it means to be black and male in America while building a life of purpose and fulfillment. [+]
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