I've liked everything of his I've read so far, and he writes in many genres.
I bought some of his cowboy books that I'll be checking out soon.
Nathan Cain wrote:
> On a whim I picked up a copy of Loren Estelman's Gas City at the
> library on Saturday afternoon. By Sunday afternoon I was finished with
> it. It was a quick, entertaining read, and a good entry in the
> "corrupt city" subgenre pioneered by Hammett. It was well structured
> and Estleman kept tight control of a story with a large cast of
> characters. The last corrupt city book I read was Andrew Vachss's Two
> Trains Running, which was kind of a mess. Gas City blew it away.
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