Monday May 20
Cape Cod Times
For Easy Rawlins, the big sleep is over
Say hallelujah: Easy Rawlins has risen from the dead. At the end of his 2007 novel "Blonde Faith," his 11th book about the Los Angeles private detective, Walter Mosley left Easy hanging between life and death and Mosley hasn't written about him since.
St. Petersburg Times
Review: Walter Mosley brings Easy Rawlins back from the brink
At the end of his 2007 novel Blonde Faith , his 11th book about the Los Angeles private detective, Walter Mosley left Easy hanging between life and death - and Mosley hasn't written about him since.
Iron Man's Don Cheadle shows steel will
Don Cheadle likes to keep promises. So he's duty-bound to stay long-term with a film franchise and a TV series.
World Premiere of two one-act plays at Crossroads starting May 9
Crossroads Theatre Company, one of the nation's premiere African-American theaters, will present the world premieres of two one-act plays as its Season Finale this May: the powerful drama White Lilies, by best-selling novelist Walter Mosley, and the adult comedy The Talk, by France-Luce Benson.