The Darkest Hearts

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Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.76
Publisher
Akashic Books, Ltd.
Publish Date
Pages
256
Dimensions
5.9 X 7.9 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781617758096

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About the Author

NELSON GEORGE is an author, filmmaker, and lifelong resident of Brooklyn. His books include the first four novels in his D Hunter mystery series: The Accidental Hunter, The Plot Against Hip Hop, The Lost Treasures of R&B, and To Funk and Die in LA, all available from Akashic Books. Among his many nonfiction works are The Death of Rhythm & Blues, Hip Hop America, and The Hippest Trip in America: Soul Train and the Evolution of Culture & Style. As a filmmaker he has directed the documentaries Brooklyn Boheme, Finding the Funk, and A Ballerina's Tale. He was also a writer/producer on the Netflix series The Get Down.

Reviews

Once again, my brother Nelson George comes through in the clutch like he's batting clean-up. I've known Nelson over thirty years and he has been our cultural storyteller for that length of time. Keep telling. Keep writing our stories. I know I will keep reading them too.--Spike Lee, filmmaker
A showcase of different approaches to values, business, and hip-hop seen through a lens that feels personal.-- "Kirkus Reviews"
This dark, rollicking mystery is the fifth in George's D Hunter series . . . D's point of view, his self-confessed vulnerability, and his deep appreciation for music, from R&B on, make this thoroughly satisfying reading.-- "Booklist"
George's passion for, and encyclopedic knowledge of, hip-hop suffuses every word of this smart, stylish novel. Although the author deftly deals with issues of predatory capitalism, government corruption, and the senseless murder of black men by America's cops, it's his handling of the tale's sex trafficking and #MeToo subplots that deserves special acclaim.-- "Mystery Scene Magazine"