Walter Mosley “All I Did Was Shoot My Man”

January 27th, 2012

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A few years back, in a different life, Leonid McGill framed Zella Grisham and helped send her to prison for a crime she didn’t do.

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Now, as the story begins in Walter Mosley‘s fourth McGill novel “All I Did Was Shoot My Man,” McGill is hired to help Zella get her life back after prison.

Trouble is, there are those who are, shall we say, very uncomfortable that Zella is free.

And Leonid’s plate is full of personal problems, as well, all of which challenge him on every page to stay the new course he has so earnestly set for himself.

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