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Crime Fiction Novelists George Pelecanos & T. Jefferson Parker on KAZI Book Review

George Pelecanos, author of The Cut and a writer for the HBO series Treme, and T. Jefferson Parker, author of The Border Lords, will be today’s guests on KAZI Book Review, 12:30-1 p.m.

The Cut by George Pelcanos

Here is a description of The Cut from his publisher’s page:

Spero Lucas has a new line of work. Since he returned home after serving in Iraq, he has been doing special investigations for a defense attorney. He’s good at it, and he has carved out a niche: recovering stolen property, no questions asked. His cut is forty percent.

A high-profile crime boss who has heard of Lucas’s specialty hires him to find out who has been stealing from his operation. It’s the biggest job Lucas has ever been offered, and he quickly gets a sense of what’s going on. But before he can close in on what’s been taken, he tangles with a world of men whose amorality and violence leave him reeling. Is any cut worth your family, your lover, your life?

Spero Lucas is George Pelecanos’s greatest creation, a young man making his place in the world one battle and one mission at a time. The first in a new series of thrillers featuring Spero Lucas, The Cut is the latest confirmation of why George Pelecanos is “perhaps America’s greatest living crime writer.” (Stephen King)

The Border Lords by T. Jefferson Parker

Here is a synopsis of The Border Lords from T. Jefferson Parker’s web site:

ATF agent Sean Ozburn is deep undercover supporting the sicarios of the Baja Cartel when he suddenly goes completely dark, his only communications being the haunting digital videos he sends to his desperately worried wife, Seliah. Charlie Hood must determine if Oz is simply chasing demons deeper undercover than anyone has ever gone, or whether his friend has suffered a permanent break with his mission and his moral compass.

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