Solomon’s Vineyard by Jonathan Latimer

Solomon's VineyardI’m a big sucker for any crime pulp novels or any noir story. And this one doesn’t disappoint. At just over 130 pages, the story moves along swiftly without wasting any detail.

It’s told from the point of view of the private eye, whose name we never truly get to find out, as he’s on the trail of the person who killed his partner and is trying to muscle his way across a hot town to rescue a damsel in distress. As far as summer reading goes, this is pure fun.

Reviewed by JP



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