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BOOK REVIEW: CINNAMON KISS BY WALTER MOSLEY
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Easy Rawlings would do anything to try and save his critically ill daughter, Feather - even if it meant doing something very bad like pulling off a heist on an armored car.
Feather has a blood infection that the doctors cannot cure. However, there is one hope for Feather - a clinic in Switzerland that is supposed to be the best. Heather's blood samples were tested at the clinic and the doctors considered her a good candidate for the process. There was one big problem - money. The treatments were very expensive. It would cost $35,000 before the treatments can start and at least $15,000 just for Feather to be admitted. On top of this, there were the normal costs of paying so much per day for the hospital stay. Where was Easy going to get this kind of money?
Easy's friend, Mouse, came up with the idea of pulling off a heist on an armored car. He figured it would be simple to do. Easy was not too keen on this idea because he didn't want to go to jail but if this was the only choice he had to save his daughter, he was willing to do it.
Another friend, Jewish PI Saul Lynx, came along just in time before Easy had to make the decision to go along with Mouse's idea. Saul helped Easy land a job that paid good money. Easy had to travel to San Francisco to investigate the disappearance of a prominent attorney and his assistant, Cinnamon Cargill.
As Easy starts to investigate, he soon realizes that doing jail time might not be as bad as he thought. Easy soon realizes there is more to this story once he gets to know his new employer, Robert Lee. No matter how dangerous the situation gets, Easy knows he has to do this for his daughter's sake.
Is Easy successful at solving this case? What happens to his daughter?
Mystery book fans are in for a wonderful treat. When Walter Mosley writes a novel, it is always very smoothly done - just like we picture the character Easy Rawlins. The book includes some very interesting characters and this alone makes the novel a worthwhile read. Walter Mosley's books just keep getting better and this one has to be the best yet! This one is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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