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Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback James Ellroy was born in Los Angeles in His LA uartet novels— The Black Dahlia The Big Nowhere LA Confidential and White Jazz—were international best sellers His novel American Tabloid was Time magazine’s Best Book fiction of ; his memoir My Dark Places was a Time Best Book of the Year and a New York Times Notable Book for His novel The Cold Six Thousand was a New York.

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  • Dan Schwent

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzWhen Dave Klein the dirtiest cop in town catches a burglary he uickly becomes entangled in a web of drugs prostitution and murderJames Ellroy's four volume treatise on family values and the integrity of the Los Angeles police department comes to a conclusion in White Jazz White Jazz ties up some nagging lose ends leftover from the previous three volumes Gone is the trinity of sin structure of The Big Nowhere and LA Confidential replaced by a first person narrator a throwback to The Black DahliaEllroy's machine gun style is ratcheted up to an insane degree


  • Kemper

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzThis conclusion to James Ellroy’s LA uartet is just as wholesome and uplifting as the previous three books with his usual cast of characters such as corrupt cops gangsters hustlers blackmailers shakedown artists bag men thieves junkies drug dealers dog killers whores johns pimps peepers perverts panty sniffers and politicians Oh and most of them are killers racist andor incestuous as a bonus and that includes the hero of the novelIt's 1958 and LAPD Lieutenant Dave Klein is a busy guy In addition to his police duties he’s also a lawyer a slumlord and he does the occasional contract murder for hire Klein gets assigned to investigate a weird break in and vandalism at the home of a police sanctioned drug dealer but with an ambitious US Attorney sniffi


  • Jeffrey Keeten

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White Jazz”All I have is the will to remember Time revokedfever dreams I wake up reaching afraid I'll forget Pictures keep the woman young LA fall 1958 Newsprint link the dots Names events so brutal they beg to be connected Years down the story stays dispersed The names are dead or too guilty to tell I'm old afraid I'll forget I killed innocent men I betrayed sacred oaths I reaped profit from horror Fever that time burning I want to go with the music spin fall with it”Lieutenant Dave Klein is in the middle of so many treacherous situations that the spread on whether he will live to see 1959 is carrying long odds The only way he might live that long is if he is in jail awaiting trial but even then powerful people like the gangster Mickey Cohen or the Chief of Detectives Edmund Exley better be convinced his lip will stay b


  • Darwin8u

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White Jazz in the end I possess my birthplace and I am possessed by its language Ross MacDonald Tell me anythingTell me everythingRevoke our time apartLove me fierce in danger James Ellroy White Jazz45 stars Sure you could read this as just the final book in Ellory's masterpiece LA uartet but Ellory is playing for bigger stakes He isn't just writing crime He is writing the human condition He isn't just giving you straight dope He is playing you with pairs He gives you E Exley v D Smith He gives you Noonan vs Gallaudet He gives you JC Kafesjian vP Herrick Richie V Tommy Sad mom vs Crazy mom Think of all of these pairs as fugues that swirl around the narrator dirty Lieutenant David Klein reflecting stream of consciousness talking screaming building dropping The narration is like jazz playing two themes together into one The themes finally coalesce and you


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    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzEvery time I've finished an Ellroy book I've had to sit back and process everything climb up out of his world shake my brain free of his expert grasp With White Jazz he concludes his epic LA uartet by narrowing his focus even so than in The Black Dahlia and miles away from the gargantuan LA Confidential Returning to first person narration and a single protagonist Ellroy presents a portrait of racist and corrupt police lieutenant Dave Klein who f


  • Tim

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzLieutenant Dave Klein is not a nice man In fact he’s as crooked a cop as one is likely to find He's a slumlord a bagman an occasional hitman and a clever schemer His newest case is an investigation involving the breaking and entering of drug kingpin’s home His investigation will lead him to be officially on everyone’s list as his past is catching up


  • Krok Zero

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzFeature this is one of Ellroy's bestDig the economy scale back the unsustainable sprawl of LA Confidential—streamline it The catch still cram a CRAAAZY amount of wild plot into a relatively small frameSingle protagonist single POV—a departure NO redemptive ualities for the protag Ellroy's most tainted hero First person narration—sharp minimalistic Fractured consciousness a dirty cop seen FROM THE INSIDE OUTStyle heavy—but not off putting or hard to read like future Ellroy prose experiments Heavy on punctuation em dashes colons Rhythmic sentences—no bullshit repetitivearrythmicdeclarative sentences a la Cold Six etc Story PROPULSIVE—constant forward motion—the pages turn themselves CRAAAZY complex plott


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    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzRE READ REVIEW I'll leave my original review from 2014 up but I just re read this and I have no idea what I was thinking giving this four stars originally It's easily at the same level of brilliance as The Big Nowhere or LA Confident


  • Wes Freeman

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzWhen I was reading them each entry in the LA uartet was my favorite book Kinda awe inspiring to watch James Ellroy move from a style your 11th grade English teacher might have described as economical to a one so determinedly spare it makes Hemingway seem profligate 'Long about LA Confidential we see him start to use sentences like Bud soft and I started to love things about the English language I'd forgotten about like how having too many words means you don't need as many rules as you think you do Hey folks'll figure it out if they want to Black Dahlia and LA Confidential got the big screen treatment but The Big Nowhere and White Jazz will be the ones I re read All t


  • Anthony Ryan

    Free White Jazz kindle ↠ eBook Paperback White JazzThe fourth volume in Ellroy's LA uartet sees a stylistic shift from his previous work as he adopts the paired down staccato prose which has since become his trademark LAPD detective and occasional mob hitman Dave Klein develops a dangerous obsession which will set him on a potential