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Boucekkine, Raouf, Easterlin, Richard A, Alex Michalos, I thought you were Hawaiian. How come you don't know Hawaiian stuff?
I was going to give this two stars, but I decided to add one more because, despite my complaints, if there is another Wiley book, I would enjoy reading it. There's something about Wiley that just rings true with me. I just hope the momentum started at the end of this book have a payoff in future books. Again, don't want to give away the end. Oct 26, Kate rated it it was amazing Shelves: hawaiian-fiction , mystery.
Excellent noir mystery - hard-boiled, gritty, humour, insight into characters, sex, violence, strong language. By the time you get to the end you realize the author was saying a lot about what it means to be hawaiian as well. Feb 24, Tim rated it did not like it Shelves: reviewed , mystery-suspense , poker. Virtually incomprehensible if you've not read the previous novels.
Reviewed for PW. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Lono Waiwaiole. Lono Waiwaiole. Lono Waiwaiole was born in San Francisco.
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Wiley is also a man who solves problems for friends. The murder of a young musician who is close to his extended family puts Wiley in a vengeful frame of mind.
He follows the evidence through the darkest corners of the city. When the trail points to Hawaii, a place Wiley has never set foot but which seems lately to be calling him home, he reluctantly agrees to head for the land of his ancestors in the hopes of finding justice for his young friend. Reminiscent of the classic noir masters James M.
Cain, Dashiell Hammet, and even the early novels of George Pelecanos, Lono Waiwaiole's Wiley series has already garnered a cult following that's won him a dedicated audience among crime readers and a palpable buzz in the mystery world.