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As a reader of primarily non-fiction (history/economics), I am no expert on popular authors. However, after reading American Tabloid, it is clear that James Ellroy is a cut above... Read morePublished on July 26 2003 by LMJ
The subjets covered in this book are both sensitive and explosive: the mafia, the teamsters, the FBI, the CIA and the Kennedy's. Read morePublished on April 5 2003 by "podojo"
Incredible!! Seven hundred pages of violence, nasty words, treason, murders, knives in the back, despisable characters...
That's all you've got here. Read more
Unbeliavable! Ellroy wrote a book where 99,9% of all characters are vile and mean, totally indecent and immoral, including the ones with real names! Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2002 by PATHERSON
In "American Tabloid", James Ellroy achieves what few authors ever accomplish. He flawlessly writes his own characters into the political and mob world of the late... Read morePublished on Oct. 28 2002 by Patrick A. Hayden
Listen, let's cut through the long, lenthy review process. This book is violent, bitter, corrupt, and brillant. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2002 by Paul Pierog