Catfish. The seventh novel in the Leonid McGill series by Walter Mosley is titled, Trouble Is What I Do. After a ninety-two-year old man named Catfish comes to New York from Mississippi with what seems like a simple request, P.I. McGill agrees to help. No good deed goes unpunished. What follows in the story pulls together all the complexity of this complicated protagonist. While packed with lots of action, this short novel seemed to end too quickly. Fans of crime fiction and this series are those readers most likely to enjoy this installment, and with me, look forward to more pages in the next novel.
Rating: Four-star (I like it)
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