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Loren D. Estleman is author of more than seventy novels, including The Sundown Speech, You Know Who Killed Me, and Don't Look for Me. Winner of four Shamus Awards, five Spur Awards, and three Western Heritage Awards, he lives in Michigan with his wife, author Deborah Morgan.
"Full of vivid characters and snappy dialogue, this entry will
delight old fans and garner new ones."--Publishers Weekly"His
dialogue rivals that of the late Elmore Leonard."
--Booklist"Don't Look for Me is so old-school, with its
world-weary private eye, cynical villains and sultry dames, that
it's new again." --The New York Times Book Review
"For readers who mourn the passing of the classic American private eye who drinks hard liquor, ogles the dames and cracks one-liners out of the side of his mouth, Walker's your man. And the sweet part is that he's the genuine article--a decent guy trying to do an honest job in a society that no longer shares his working-class ethic or values his skills. Except, of course, for us."--The New York Times Book Review on You Know Who Killed Me"Estleman has piled up enough literary awards to add a wing to his home. Read this classic yet modern example of the hard-boiled detective novel and you'll begin to understand why."--Booklist on Infernal Angels