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James Sallis, ‘The Long-Legged Fly’ (1992)

‘In the darkness things always go away from you.┬áMemory holds you down while regret and sorrow kick hell out of you.’ The Long Legged Fly is the first book in the Lew Griffin series; and whilst they’re often described as private detective novels, don’t come to them if you’re after a traditional investigation. Go elsewhere. … Continue reading