»Throughout Little Green, in order to overcome the emotional and physical trauma his near-death experience has left him with, Easy pops little vials of a magical potion Mama Jo (a »backwoods alchemist« acquaintance of his) calls »Gator’s Blood.« He doesn’t know what’s in it, but time and again this mysterious elixir gives him the strength to push upwards and onward, through, over and around his foes, giving him the feeling — as he states more than once — that he can do »almost anything.«
Easy Rawlins is Walter Mosley’s Gator’s Blood.
With Easy as his protagonist, Mosley can do — and get away with — almost anything.«
Gar Anthony Haywood
Easy Rawlins is back: Gar Anthony Haywood about the latest novel Little Green by Walter Mosley. His review you will find at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
» Mysterious Press today releases Gar Anthony Haywood’s six Aaron Gunner detective novels–all of which have been out of print for years–in e-book format.«
J. Kingston Pierce asked Gar Anthony Haywood about the birth of his Los Angeles protagonist. His answer can be read at the fabulous Rap Sheets.