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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Elmore Leonard- Four Later Novels: Get Shorty, Rum Punch, Out of Sight, and Tishomingo Blue- Feature and Review





MY REVIEW:

Elmore Leonard: Four Later Novels: Get Shorty / Rum Punch / Out of Sight / Tishomingo BluesElmore Leonard: Four Later Novels: Get Shorty / Rum Punch / Out of Sight / Tishomingo Blues by Elmore Leonard
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Elmore Leonard: Four Later Novels: Get Shorty/Rum Punch/ Out of Sight/ Tishomingo Blues is a 2016 Library of America publication.

However, all in all, this is a fine representation of EL’s later novels, which gives the reader a sampling of this prolific author’s wide ranging talent for plots, characters, and his trademark dialogue.


RUM PUNCH/ JACKIE BROWN MOVIE INTRO:

Once more, I would like to applaud the quality of this hardcover box set which is very sturdy, printed on high quality paper, making it a book any fan will want to display or would make an excellent gift.



GET SHORTY MOVIE TRAILER:
As always, it is a pleasure to revisit these novels, refreshing my memory on these awesome stories, humbly reminding me of how incredibly versatile Elmore Leonard was.

OUT OF SIGHT MOVIE CLIP:

The box set collectively gets a 4.5 star rating.
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https://www.amazon.com/Elmore-Leonard-Tishomingo-Library-America/dp/B01JRTZJZU/



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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:



Born
in New Orleans, Louisiana, The United States 
October 11, 1925



Died
August 20, 2013


Elmore John Leonard lived in Dallas, Oklahoma City and Memphis before settling in Detroit in 1935. After serving in the navy, he studied English literature at the University of Detroit, where he entered a short story competition. His earliest published novels in the 1950s were westerns, but Leonard went on to specialize in crime fiction and suspense thrillers, many of which have been adapted into motion pictures.

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