Behind the Mic: On Trouble Is What I Do by Walter Mosley, Read by Dion Graham
Jonathan Smith and Jo Reed Discuss Walter Mosley’s Latest Noir
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Dion Graham offers an amazing performance of P.I. Leonid McGill’s descent into a tangled web of secrets and deceit, gunmen and assassins. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Jonathan Smith discuss why Walter Mosley and Dion Graham are a must-listen combination. “Catfish” Worry, a 94-year-old black blues musician, asks Leonid to deliver a letter to a seemingly white billionaire’s daughter before her wedding, letting her know that her father is his son. Graham delivers Mosley’s mystery with his usual excellence, giving each character an individual personality. Together, Mosley and Graham deliver suspense best listened to.
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