Thanks Nathan. Now to hunt down a copy of BIG NOWHERE.
email@example.com, "Nathan Cain"
> I'm not sure you really have to read them in order. I would read The
> Big Nowhere before LA Confidential because they are one continuous
> story, with the prologue of LA Confidential really being the final
> chapter of The Big Nowhere. The books both hold up well enough on
> their own, though. White Jazz continues in the same world as Nowhere
> and Confidential with some of the same characters, but I don't
> care for it all that much. The Black Dahlia, the first book in the
> quartet, is essentially a stand alone.
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