Review: Perfidia by James Ellroy

I bloody love James Ellroy books – always dark, with lots of twists, turns, and fascinating anti-heroes.

This one is no exception – it’s about a brutal murder that takes place on the eve of the US’s entry into the second world war.

Ellroy is on top form again here.

Recommended.

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