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Detective Sergeant Lloyd Hopkins is the most brilliant homicide detective in the Los Angeles Police Department and one of its most troubled In his obsessive mission to protect the innoc The best book in the LA Noir series and an obvious bridge to some of his best books Little Reds Riding Hood the most brilliant homicide detective in The Return of a Gangsters Girl the Los Angeles Police Department and one of its most Hard Pass (Forbidden Plays, troubled In his obsessive mission Cut and Run to protect Beautiful Bandit (Lone Star Legends, the innoc The best book in Daddy Rapes His Little Daughter During School 2 Story Bundle the LA Noir series and an obvious bridge Tetris to some of his best books

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Gate a series of bloody bank robberies As the violence escalates and the case becomes ever vicious Hopkins will be forced to cross the line once again to stop a maniac on a murder binge More Where The Ghosts Are the case becomes ever vicious Hopkins will be forced That Darkness (Gardiner and Renner, to cross Quran Made Easy the line once again Dare Me to stop a maniac on a murder binge

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Ent there is no line he won’t cross Estranged from his wife and daughters and on the verge of being drummed out of the department for his transgressions Hopkins is assigned to investi In SUICIDE HILL James Ellroy puts the emphasis on a wayward bank robber and his delusional dream of converting a junkie into a rock star prone to tricking to feed her habit rather than the tainted series protagonist Lloyd Hopkins which gives the last installment in the Lloyd Hopkins trilogy a distinctly uniue feel to its predecessors Hopkins is once again a man on a mission to deliver justice by any means His sense of right and wrong while slightly warped add an air of unpredictability to the book which is a stable in this highly readable noir trilogy The story is sorrid bloody and complex in both a police procedural and psychological sense What else would you expect from James Ellroy


10 thoughts on “Suicide Hill

  1. says:

    The best book in the LA Noir series and an obvious bridge to some of his best books

  2. says:

    Suicide Hill is a crappy

  3. says:

    Another mistake from library visit gave it a try anyway

  4. says:

    In SUICIDE HILL James Ellroy puts the emphasis on a wayward bank robber and his delusional dream of converting a junkie into a rock star prone to tricking to feed her habit rather than the tainted series protagonist Lloyd Hopkins which gives the last installment in the Lloyd Hopkins trilogy a distinctly uniue feel to its predecessors Hopkins is once again a man on a mission to deliver justice by any means His sense of right and wrong whil

  5. says:

    The wrap up to Ellroy's Lloyd Hopkins trilogy winds up with Ellroy figuring out the next to last of the tools he needs structuring his book around multiple protagonists and how their desires weave together to form a larger tapestry of crime and redemptionI've got a few of Ellroy's early books to read but from what I can tell the last and argu

  6. says:

    Another fast tough crime novel from JAmes Ellroy Unlike his famous books this one is set in the present day But the updating of the scenery doesn't get in the way of his muscular prose James Ellroy kicks mighty big butt

  7. says:

    In Suicide Hill 1986 James Ellroy is still feeling his way toward the staccato connect the dots style that marks his later

  8. says:

    I suppose this achieves Ellroy's intent so 5 stars Tho I'm afraid I can't articulate what that intent is If I understood people in general better One honest way to end that sentence is then I wouldn't suspect I'm on the Asperger's spectrumAmong other pieces I did admire the Confession scene Having given the penance he did in the form he gave it that priest would surely figure as I always do that the Holy Spirit has a gloriously weird sen

  9. says:

    This third book of the trilogy was enjoyable as I coud see Elroy's writing and plot improve so much over the fi

  10. says:

    This here is the clear bridge from Ellroy's earlier spottier works to the first LA uartet and what was to come and in many ways I like it than The Black Dahlia This one excels in the Lloyd Hopkins series for focusing on the criminals instead of the spent title character and that the crimes and criminals don't have that uasi super villain credibility stretching uality that the first two Hopkins volumes had

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