Nothing Lost ebook BY John Gregory Dunne

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A grisly racial murder in what news commentators insist on calling “the heartland” A feeding frenzy of mass media and seamy politics An illicit love affair with the potential to wreck lives In his grandly inventive last novel John Gregory. This was probably of a 35 star book But since it was published posthumously I m giving it the bump it felt like a great book that just needed a little bit work to hang together fully

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Nothing Lost

Odel to an enigmatic attorney with secret familial links to the worlds of Hollywood and organized crime Out of their manifold convergences their jockeying for power publicity or love Nothing Lost creates a drama of magnificent scope and acidi. I had only known of John Dunne because he was married to Joan Didion I like his writing style really like it Recommended to those who like mysteries and suspense novels It s not uite either this book but it s the closest I can come to a classification I m looking forward to picking up of his books

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Dunne orchestrated these elements into a symphony of American violence chicanery and sadnessIn the aftermath of Edgar Parlance’s killing the small prairie town of Regent becomes a destination for everyone from a sociopathic teenaged superm. I ve never been one for murder mysteries but this book kept me avidly reading Great language and writing style lots of sex and violence and liberal use of the F word Right up my alley I will look for from John Gregory Dunne


10 thoughts on “Nothing Lost

  1. says:

    A seuel of sorts to Playland 1994 Dunne's wickedly caustic Hollywood lampoon This time Dunne aims for a target just as easy as Tinsel Town the American judicial circus A funny bitter and sad look at those who profit and suffer from

  2. says:

    I recently read Joan Didion's A Year of Magical Thinking and she often referred to this book as it was her husba

  3. says:

    This was probably of a 35 star book But since it was published posthumously I'm giving it the bump it felt like a

  4. says:

    I've never

  5. says:

    I learned that candles can be used in uncomfortable waysJohn Gregory Dunne's last novel is a literary murder mystery that casts a broad satirical net over American media culture politics and the justice systemDunne may be most famous as the subject of The Year of Magical Thinking by his wife Joan Didion but Nothing Lost is an excellent exam

  6. says:

    What do Jews do on Christmas Eve? Finish good books they are readingI've always been a fan of Joan Didion than her husband; don't think I've finished anything of Dunne's before and the beginning of this one was excuse the pun to be a trial But by the end it bore a not so distant modern cousin resemblance to the book that formed its epitaph Al

  7. says:

    This is Dunne’s last book as he died in December 2003 an account from his wife Joan Didion has been written called The Year of Magical Thinkin

  8. says:

    Too many characters in the beginning it was hard to figure out who was talking Lots of graphic violence and sex which was fine by me but others might not like Suspense builds toward the last 100 pages but before that I had

  9. says:

    I had only known of John Dunne because he was married to Joan Didion I like his writing style really like it Recommended to those wh

  10. says:

    I thought this was great I really liked the pace organization and mysterious foreshadowing The characters are interesting and authentically flawed The one disappointment for me is that I felt the trial conclusion was a bit of a cop out though the aftermath was satisfying