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In \'Little Green,\' an Old, Familiar Character Makes an Easy Comeback MP3

The last time readers heard from detective Easy Rawlins, he was driving off a cliff. But Rawlins, one of the best-known characters in American literature, returns -- alive -- in a new novel called "Little Green." Jeffrey Brown talks to author Walter Mosley about his new book and more. Source: pbs.org

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