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Elmore John Leonard Jr. (October 11, 1925 – August 20, 2013) was an American novelist, short story writer, and screenwriter.
Elmore John Leonard Jr. His earliest novels, published in the 1950s, were Westerns, but he went on to specialize in crime fiction and suspense thrillers, many of which have been adapted into motion pictures. Among his best-known works are Get Shorty, Out of Sight, Swag, Hombre, Mr. Majestyk, and Rum Punch (adapted as the film Jackie Brown).
Also by Elmore Leonard. Chapter One. Raylan Givens was holding a federal warrant to serve on a man in the marijuana trade known as Angel Arenas, forty-seven, born in the . but 100 percent of him Hispanic. I met him, Raylan said, the time I was on court duty in Miami and he was up for selling khat. That Arab plant you chew on and get high. Just medium high, Rachel Brooks said, in the front seat of the SUV, Raylan driving, early morning sun showing behind them. Khat’s just catchin on, grown in California, big in San Diego among real Africans.
Raylan is Leonard’s best of the 21st century-good stuff from first page to last. The smarter crooks give Raylan grudging respect; his fellow lawmen grant him their highest praise: ‘You’re doin’ a job the way we like to see it done. The same can be said of the 86-year-old Elmore Leonard. Raylan reads like a script, fast-moving and action-packed.
From what I've read, Elmore Leonard gave an ARC of Raylan to the writers of Justified and told them to mine it for parts. If they use the parts I think they will, the next couple seasons of Justified are going to be pretty spectacular. So, how do I justify giving this a four?
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Elmore Leonard can write circles around almost anybody active in the crime novel today. Marshal Raylan Givens (Pronto, Riding the Rap, Fire in the Hole) is one of Leonard’s most popular creations, thanks in part to the phenomenal success of the hit TV series Justified. Suspenseful, darkly wry and riveting, and crackling with Leonard’s trademark electric dialogue, Raylan is prime Grand Master Leonard as you have always loved him and always will.
Book A Seat on Elmore Leonard in Hollywood. Raylan Givens first appeared in Elmore Leonard’s novel PRONTO (1993). His short story Fire in the Hole (2012) then became the basis for the television series Justified
Book A Seat on Elmore Leonard in Hollywood. His short story Fire in the Hole (2012) then became the basis for the television series Justified. He also appeared in the novels RIDING THE RAP (1995) and RAYLAN (2012), Leonard’s final work, from which several plot lines were adapted by the writers of Justified. Raylan is described as forty years old, thin, and almost perpetually wearing a cowboy hat. With his laconic style and old-fashioned views, he occupies a position somewhere between a modern law enforcer and a Western cowboy
Leonard Elmore The ones grow reefer in their backyard I keep on the books. They sell a crop and pay their store debt with hunnert-dollar bills. Can I ask why they call you Speed?
Elmore Leonard Raylan Chapter One Raylan Givens was holding a federal warrant to serve on a man in the marijuana trade known as Angel Arenas, forty-seven, born in the . The ones grow reefer in their backyard I keep on the books. Can I ask why they call you Speed?
Elmore Leonard can write circles around almost anybody active in the crime novel today.
See all books authored by Elmore Leonard, including Pronto, and Raylan, and more on ThriftBooks. Elmore John Leonard, J. born in New Orleans in 1925, moved to Detroit as a child and lived there for most of his life. Better known as novelist and screenwriter Elmore Leonard, he joined the Navy after graduating from high school and served in the South Pacific. Returning from service, he enrolled in the University of Detroit and worked as an advertising copywriter. At the same time, Leonard more actively pursued writing, an interest of his since childhood.