Tag: The Gentleman’s Hour

Boone is your average, everyday, ordinary knight of the woeful countenance.

Cowboys on surfboards. That’s my thumbnail for Don Winslow’s “The Gentlemen’s Hour,” the second of two novels featuring San Diego surfer slash private investigator Boone Daniels (the first is “The Dawn Patrol”). I put “surfer” first for a reason. Boone’s the California version of an Alaskan Bush pilot. No matter what his day job is,…

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...Like water, earth is always moving. You can't necessarily see it, you might not feel it, but it's happening anyway. Beneath our feet, tectonic plates are shifting, faults are widening, quakes are tuning up to rock and roll...Face it -- whether we know it or not, we're all always surfing.

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