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Dark Passage

Damnation Street by Andrew Klavan

Reviewed by Jon Zobenica
The Atlantic Monthly

"The word sleazy shows up several times in Andrew Klavan's Damnation Street (Harcourt), and it certainly has the right address. In this third installment of his Weiss and Bishop series, a prostitute is on the run from both the woebegone obsessive who would be her savior and the artful degenerate bent on loving her quickly to death. The hunt winds through motor hotels on the edge of town, a desert bordello, Reno, and other unwholesome stopping points, and through a family history of drug addiction, blackmail, and parricide." Read the entire Atlantic Monthly review.




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