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Ernie Politics, a schizophrenic albino with a penchant for political rants and crackpot conspiracy theories, has been murdered The LAPD has no interest in wasting time and manpower on the random death of one homeless man, so Ray Cobb, Ernie s best friend, decides to investigate the murder for himself Finding a cryptic note Ernie scrawled days before his death, Ray realizes that Ernie s crazy ravings and irrational writings may contain hidden clues about the identity of his killer Ray s investigation pulls him deep into the dangerous underworld of the Los Angeles streets, leading him to discover a vagrant underground railroad, a poker game where the stakes are one s life, and a political conspiracy that entangles him with a LAPD cold case detectiveRay uncovers about Ernie than he expects to and learns that when you live on the streets, the only person you can trust is yourself


10 thoughts on “The Last Will and Testament of Ernie Politics (Vagrant Mystery Series, #1)

  1. Brandon Nagel Brandon Nagel says:

    Totally whacked out homeless noir I don t want to say muchCheck it out Highly recommended One of the best cast of Characters I have come across in a long time Definitely an author to watch.


  2. David David says:

    When Ernie Politics is brutally murdered his best friend Ray Cobb sets out to discover why, no matter the cost.There s something about Noir that both draws me in and repells me, largely because the genre is so heavily punctuated with code and convention that it s incredibly difficult to pull together a Noir story that s fitting or the genre yet original enough to merit spending the time reading it THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ERNIE POLITICS is an excellent example of why it s always important When Ernie Politics is brutally murdered his best friend Ray Cobb sets out to discover why, no matter the cost.There s something about Noir that both draws me in and repells me, largely because the genre is so heavily punctuated with code and convention that it s incredibly difficult to pull together a Noir story that s fitting or the genre yet original enough to merit spending the time reading it THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ERNIE POLITICS is an excellent example of why it s always important to take the risk and read it anyway.Not only does it have an fascinating contemporary lead detective in Ray Cobb but writer Grusnick has populated the novel with well drawn and interesting characters that not only drive the narrative but keep the reader turning the page It s a fast read, a funny read and a genuinely enjoyable read with some great turns along the way The homeless PI is a great twist on the genre and surely the kind of logic take on the almost nomadic gumshoe that crime writers everywhere will slap hand to head and ask themselves how did I not see that


  3. Ellen Campbell Ellen Campbell says:

    I owed this author a review after he kindly mailed me an autographed copy of his book that I won in the Giveaway program After determining that it was indeed not about politics, I decided to give it a go When I looked the book up on , I saw that the ebook version cost about the same as a double cheeseburger at McDonalds, and since my eyes do not seem to be improving with age, I downloaded the book onto my Ipad And I am so glad that I did I had a great time living in the underbelly of L I owed this author a review after he kindly mailed me an autographed copy of his book that I won in the Giveaway program After determining that it was indeed not about politics, I decided to give it a go When I looked the book up on , I saw that the ebook version cost about the same as a double cheeseburger at McDonalds, and since my eyes do not seem to be improving with age, I downloaded the book onto my Ipad And I am so glad that I did I had a great time living in the underbelly of LA with the homeless, the mentally ill, basically the seedier side of society and it was a fun journey I am easily confused with multiple characters coming in and out, but that did not detract in the least from this very entertaining and enjoyable read I highly recommend this one


  4. Barbara L.W. Barbara L.W. says:

    A unique, bizarre, hilarious, sad story that really stuck with me First book I read on an e reader which, up to this point, I d adamantly opposed , but it was so worth compromising my grip on the dead tree book.


  5. Robert Williamson Robert Williamson says:

    What a great read I really enjoyed everything about this book The characters are well developed and the writing is wonderfull I found the way Nick and Ray came together was great.Can t wait forfrom this author


  6. Melody Melody says:

    extraordinary Recommended


  7. Tressa Herriott Tressa Herriott says:

    Absolutely loved and highly recommend this gem of a book won t post spoilers because you really have to read A book I guarantee you will want to read over and over


  8. Robbie Robbie says:

    Jim and I both thought this was 5 stars I m looking for others by him.


  9. Chuck Kreuser Chuck Kreuser says:

    Forget the sunshine, palm trees and Hollywood glamour In the middle of all that, you find one scary dude with questionable hygiene standing in front of a 7 11 Instead of glossing over that blemish, Grusnick s Last Will hones in on it, going down the rabbit hole to the world of the homeless and others removed from everyday society Once there, we find a whole new code of ethics, superstitions, and full belief systems Grusnick makes that world understandable and even relatable Add on top of Forget the sunshine, palm trees and Hollywood glamour In the middle of all that, you find one scary dude with questionable hygiene standing in front of a 7 11 Instead of glossing over that blemish, Grusnick s Last Will hones in on it, going down the rabbit hole to the world of the homeless and others removed from everyday society Once there, we find a whole new code of ethics, superstitions, and full belief systems Grusnick makes that world understandable and even relatable Add on top of that a gripping old school detective story, wonderfully odd characters, and laugh out loud scenes and dialog All together, Last Will is a great fun novel for the Philip Marlowe in all of us


  10. Joshua Allen Joshua Allen says:

    I really like the unique turns of this story, a sort of homeless neo noir Lots of inventive situations Ray gets into, interwoven with some police procedural on the Nick Archer side Two great, heartfelt characters who go an a very strange journey Looking forward to reading .