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Kind of Blue

3 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Miles Corwin

Former L.A. Times crime reporter Corwin (Homicide Special: A Year with the LAPD's Elite Detective Unit) introduces an engaging Jewish police detective in his first novel, a grittily realistic story of murder, stupidity, and redemption. Ash Levine, the … see full wiki

Author: Miles Corwin
Publisher: Oceanview Publishing
3 reviews about Kind of Blue
review by . June 29, 2012
In a politically connected Los Angeles Police Department, when a former police officer is murdered, the assistant chief wants Lt. Frank Duffy to put his best detective on the case.      Duffy tells him that his best man, Ash Levine, quit a year ago in a dispute when his witness to a murder investigation was murdered.      Duffy is told to bring back Ash and make him the primary investigator in the case.      Ash had been itchy to get back …
review by . January 25, 2011
Ash Levine had quit his detective position in the LA police department because he was suspended from the force when one of his informants was killed. About a year later his boss who had suspended him asks Ash to come back and solve a recent homicide of a retired police officer. Ash thinks it is about time he came back to work and it would give him a chance to find out who killed his informant.      Ash is a relentless pursuer and very methodical in the way he approaches the case. …
review by . November 11, 2010
I enjoyed Kind of Blue. You can tell that Miles was a crime reporter by how vivid his descriptions are. He's a talented author who knows how to entertain a reader. I would recommend this book to fans of James Patterson and Dennis Lehane.
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