Author(s): Walter Mosley
Is there anyone who doesn't wonder now and again about how differently their life could have turned out? About a more interesting, more adventurous, more dangerous past they could have had?
Ben Dibbuk is married to the beautiful Mona, has a lovely daughter and a well-paid job in NYC - but he's been locked in this dream for more years than he can say. But nothing can prepare Ben for his chance meeting with Star, a mysterious woman at a launch for the hip magazine Diablerie - because Star claims to share a gruesome secret that Ben just can't remember. Has Star spun a diabolical web of lies, or could it be that something terrible really did happen back in June 1979? Ben's grip on the truth begins to falter, and the line between what really happened and what might have done becomes harder and harder to negotiate.
America's great Man of Letters - hugely varied and widely respected, there is no genre he doesn't excel in, from the intellectually distinguished to the wildly explicitDiablerie marries the dark sexiness of Killing Johnny Fry with the flair for suspense Mosley brings to his famous detective writingWalter Mosley is a multi-award-winning and multi-bestselling maverick of an author who keeps you guessing until the last page
'Mosley's most confrontational and disturbing novel to date' Independent on Sunday on Killing Johnny Fry 'He has gone from implying hot sex in dark places to showing it in the open with full lights blazing' Times Book Supplement on Killing Johnny Fry 'Walter Mosley is one of America's foremost crime writers' Metro
Walter Mosley is the bestselling author of more than twenty-five critically acclaimed books, and his work has been translated into twenty-one languages. His books include two mystery series, the Easy Rawlins series (including Devil in a Blue Dress, which was adapted into a 1995 film starring Denzel Washington) and the Fearless Jones series, as well as literary fiction, science fiction, political monographs and a young adult novel. His short fiction has been widely published, and his non-fiction has been published in the New York Times Magazine and the Nation, among other magazines. He is the winner of numerous awards, including an O. Henry Award, a Grammy and the PEN American Center's Lifetime Achievement Award. He lives in New York City.