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Blood Grove

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Ezekiel Porterhouse Rawlins has reached a professional and personal peak by the summer of 1969 in Blood Grove, the latest novel in the series by Walter Mosley. He owns the WRENS-L detective agency, drives a 1968 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, and lives in a gated community with his adopted daughter Feather. He is happy, but not content and agrees to help a mentally disturbed Vietnam veteran despite realising that the case is a set up. Easy soon finds himself caught between gang boss Brock Oldstein and femme fatale Donata Delphine, in need of all of his skills and several of his friends if he is to survive to find out what really happened at Blood Grove.

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