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Trouble Is What I Do Read & Download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Morally ambiguous PI Leonid McGill is back and investigating crimes against society's most downtrodden in this installment of the beloved detective series from an Edgar Award winning and bestselling crime novelist Leonid McGill's spent a lifetimS no choice but to confront the ghost of his own felonious past Working to protect his client and his own family Leonid must reach the heiress on the eve of her wedding before her powerful father kills those who hold their family's secret Joined by a team of young and tough aspiring investigators Leonid must gain the trust of wary socialites outsmart vengeful thugs and above all serve the truth no matter the cos. To Paraphrase The Great Sugar Ray Robinson “TroubleIsWhatIDo”

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When Phillip Worry comes knocking Phillip Catfish Worry is a 92 year old Mississippi bluesman who needs Leonid's help with a simple task deliver a letter revealing the black lineage of a wealthy heiress and her corrupt father Unsurprisingly the opportunity to do a simple favor while shocking the prevailing elite is too much for Leonid to resist But when a famed and feared assassin puts a hit on Catfish Leonid ha. In Walter Mosely’s novel Trouble is What I Do private investigator Leonid McGill is tasked with delivering a letter to the daughter of a wealthy powerful and racist politician The letter reveals a black lineage to this heiress as well as her pops But Mosley’s book is than just this humdinger of a crime story freely peppered with thugs and assassins It is a plea for everyone to get along For us to treat our fellow humans like the brothers and sisters they are Leonid is assisted in every step of his investigation by the many people he has helped before in previous cases or by folks he has treated fairly and with respect This Mosley is saying is how we need to treat those around us and if we do we too will be supported and aided in our life long journey to deliver our own personal letters of unity and love to the great heiress in the sky And sure it’s understandable to be weary of those different then you I get it There are a lot of weirdos out there People who look different People who have different thoughts and opinions People who attempt to slip dill pickles into your luggage at the airport But instead of turning from these oddballs these kooks eating pizza with pineapple these misfits who make their pets wear sweaters these outcasts with their dress shirts tucked into their underpants you should hug the living crap out of them By doing this you will take one giant step closer to becoming not only the Leonid McGill your family needs not only the Leonid McGill this great country of ours needs but the Leonid McGill the world needs

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Trouble Is What I DoMorally ambiguous PI Leonid McGill is back and investigating crimes against society's most downtrodden in this installment of the beloved detective series from an Edgar Award winning and bestselling crime novelist Leonid McGill's spent a lifetime building up his reputation in the New York investigative scene His seemingly infallible instinct and inside knowledge of the crime world make him the ideal man to help. ★★★★✰ 4 stars“I was so hardened to suffering that somehow even the casualties of history fell outside the borders of my self imposed sovereignty”In spite of its short length Walter Mosley’s Trouble Is What I Do packs a punch This is noir at its finest Mosley doesn’t waste words and we can tell that by the fact that each description and dialogue in his novel has a certain significance“Slowly he lowered onto a chair looking at me as if I was the bad news he’d been waiting for his entire life ”The very first opening pages of Trouble Is What I Do grabbed my attention Mosley’s first person narrator is Leonid McGill who as a ‘crook’ turned PI is all too familiar with navigating the crime world When Phillip Worry known as Catfish a 92 year old bluesman asks Leonid to deliver a letter it would seem like a fairly straightforward task Except that this letter is addressed to Penelope Sternman heiress of one of America’s most wealthy and influential families and the contents reveal her black lineage Her father Catfish’s son is a corrupt racist who will stop at nothing in order to keep his parentage secret Thankfully Leonid is the man for the job Aided by old ‘friends’ he sets out to deliver this letter“Catfish had given me drink and song and trust These were sacred gifts and in a way I was born again”Leonid’s distinctive narration makes him stand out from other PIs He is charming incisive and unlike many other detectives doesn’t take himself too seriously He doesn’t need to throw his weight around his reputation precedes him “This man you’re walking up on is Leonid McGill He’ll break half the bones in your body for business and the other half for fun”Yet in spite of his past readers will be able to see how humane he is His moral compass does waver but only occasionally Speaking of his past Mosley manages to give Leonid a lot of history without rehashing his whole life storyThe dialogues are snappy in eual measure amusing and tense Leonid’s lyrical narrative provides us with evocative descriptions that truly bring his world to lifeLeonid’s engrossing assignment provides a relevant commentary on race that doesn’t provide readers with simple answers The ending is surprisingly heart renderingI would definitely recommend this to fans of James Lee Burke and Dennis Lehane or for those who are interested in reading a poetic take on noir“At one time I blamed my father’s abandonment for these sins but I had learned that in the end wrong is wrong and every man has to carry his own water”Read reviews on my blog   View all my reviews on Goodreads