If you want to read good crime fiction, it doesn't get much better than James Ellroy. He isn't just a great crime writer; he's probably one of the best American writers of the last few decades, period. The Lloyd Hopkins books are top notch - but a word of warning, they're definitely not for the faint of heart. This isn't romantic Sam Spade-type noir. This is dark, dirty, psychologically complex neo-noir that isn't afraid to expose the disturbing underside of modern life. Hopkins is a flawed but compelling character and Ellroy is fearless in describing his adventures. If you can handle the heaviness, these books are definitely worth a look.
Weird start; weird book. Mixture of cop life, poetish (!?) jargon, gay tendency, serial killer, and how to get a girlfriend ( or a bed friend) when you got a badge. This thing will haunt me for some time to come...
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