In a message dated 6/21/08 10:35:33 AM,
> James Lee Burke's great Robicheaux series needs to
be read in order, I
> would say. It is the story of the protagonist's life, and later events
> do follow from the previous installments. Burke brings you up to date,
> but he can't tell you everything that happened before.
> And Ellroy's LA Quartet of novels should be read in order, too.
> There are many others, but these two pretty much demand it.
absolutely Walter Moseley's Easy Rawlins series. the
character grows within an historical Los Angeles
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