|Year||:||December 21, 2019|
|Genre||:||Crime, Mystery, Drama|
|Time||:||02 Hours 24 Minutes|
Lionel Essrog, a private detective living with Tourette syndrome, ventures to solve the murder of his mentor and best friend — a mystery that carries him from the gin-soaked jazz clubs of Harlem to the slums of Brooklyn to the gilded halls of New York's power brokers.
Written by Stephen Campbell on December 21, 2019
Looks great and is well acted, but the pacing is turgid I raise my stein to the builder who can remove ghettos without removing people as I hail the chef who can make omelettes without breaking eggs. Robert Moses; Open letter to Robert Caro, refuting many of the claims in Caro's biography of Moses, The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York (August 26, 1974) Have you ever felt, in the course of reading a detective novel, a guilty thrill of relief at having a character murdered before he can step onto the page and burden you with his actual existence? Detect... read the rest.