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The Way Some People Die
The Way Some People Die
Author: Ross MacDonald
In a rundown house in Santa Monica, Mrs. Samuel Lawrence presses fifty crumpled bills into Lew Archer's hand and asks him to find her wandering daughter, Galatea. Following a trail that twists from Pacific Point to San Francisco and Palm Springs, Archer finds his Galatea and a number of other missing persons--living and dead.
ISBN: 197097
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 185
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Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Ross MacDonald's books are trips back in time. He paints great pictures of the Southern California lifestyle in the 1940's from the underbelly of back alleys to the country club scene. His books are kind of gritty--full of sad and desparate characters, the kind that might be neighbors to Steinbeck's sad and wistful characters on Cannery Row. They are usually good, easy, page-turners. I like them all.