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Pagan Babies
Pagan Babies
Author: Elmore Leonard
ISBN-13: 9780753822449
ISBN-10: 075382244X
Publication Date: 5/3/2008
Pages: 240
Edition: New Ed

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Publisher: Phoenix
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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This is Elmore Leonard, true to form; always an exciting read with lots of twists. It's hard to give even a snapshot of what it's about without giving away the twists - nothing is as it seems. I enjoyed it.
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This is the abridged version.
Good book, totally different then what I normally listen to. I got it for Steve Buschemi voice- he is great. Intresting story
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Good solid Elmore Leonard, though probably not among his best.
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In 'Pagan Babies' Elmore Leonard takes the reader from post-genocide Rwanda to mobbed up Detroit and back again. Leonard's writing here meets or exceeds his usual high standards for gritty and sardonic wit and intricate plot and then there are the characters who people his plot. Almost without exception, every character in the book is playing an angle of one kind or another - if not several angles.

Rich characters - there's 'Father' Terry Dunn returned from Africa to 'raise money for orphans' (the pagan babies), and ex-con with a schtick and a scam named Debbie Dewey, plus several Detroit Italian mobsters, a Hoosier hick hitman, not to mention several very bad banana-beer swilling men in Rwanda and 47 unburied bodies in Father Terry's Rwaandan church.
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