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S seuel to New York Times Notable Book Jade Lady Burning a pair of American military cops come up against major gang culture in South Korea’s back alleys George Sueño and his partner Ernie Bascom thought they’d seen it all but nothing could prepare them for the Slicky Boys They’re everywher.

slicky ebok boys book Slicky Boys MOBIS seuel to New York Times Notable Book Jade Lady Burning a pair of American military cops come up against major gang culture in South Korea’s back alleys George Sueño and his partner Ernie Bascom thought they’d seen it all but nothing could prepare them for the Slicky Boys They’re everywher.

PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â Martin Limon retired from US military service after years in the Army including a total of ten years in Korea He and his wife live in Seattle He is the author of Jade Lady Burning which was a New York Times Notable Book Slicky Boys and Buddha's Money.

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  • James Thane

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBIMartin Limon has carved out a uniue space for himself in the world of crime fiction His series is set in the South Korea of the 1970s and his two protagonists are US Army Criminal Investigation Division detectives George Sueno and Ernie Bascomb Sueno is the brains of the outfit; Bascomb supplies the brawn Luckily they have the reputation of being the best team in the CID which allows them to get away with occasionally disobeying orders and ignoring the miles of military red tape a


  • Woody Chandler

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBIWow What a ride with Sgts Sueno Bascomb I read the first in the series a while back picked this one up used somewhere along the line I wish that I had read it sooner It was fast paced riveting with an interesting Korean setting I am retired Navy but the lingo rang true even if the part aboard the aircraft carrier seemed a little far fetched


  • Bill

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBISlicky Boys by Martin Limón is the 2nd book in the Bascom and Sueno mystery series The first book was Jade Lady Burning George Sueno and his partner Ernie Bascom are Cpls in the 8th Armies CID organization They spend a lot of time in Seoul's red light district partly investigating black marketing and other crimes but also they just like the placeA young woman asks them to deliver a message to her boyfriend a British soldier who is part of the UN militaries honor guard This message unfortunately results in the soldier being murdered Feeling a responsibility for this Sueno and Bascom take on the investigation The two play fast and loose sometimes with the law They sometimes work with the local Korean National Police They often rile their boss the Top Sgt in the CID with their methodsThe story is told mainly from Sueno's perspective as he is the thoughtful of the two He has made the effort to learn the Korean


  • Matthew Wilson

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBII liked Jade Lady Burning better Its focus on the setting and characters worked better I think than this one which gets a little overwhelmed by heart stopping action Still I liked learning about the Slicky Boy phenomenon in South Korea Makes me wonder if Slicky Boys are still prevalent today given the success of the South Korean economy


  • Chuck Barksdale

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBI“Slicky boys” was a term that had come into use during the Korean War than twenty years before The entire peninsula from the Yalu River on the border with China to the tip of the peninsula at the Port of Pusan had been completely ravaged Hardly a factor or a business enterprise of any sort still stood Crops had been allowed to rot


  • Martin Roth

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBIReview from Asia Thrills was with “Slicky Boys” that I started to enjoy Martin Limón’s series of police procedurals set amongst the US military in 1970s South Korea Yes I did enjoy the first book “Jade Lady Burning” but I liked this one the second in the series betterThe action starts uickly and doesn’t let up Limón uses his own Korean military background to transport you right into the throbbing heart of the red light district of Itaewon “the greatest GI village in the world” as he describes itHis heroes are Sergeants George Sueño and Ernie Bascom military police for the Eighth United States Army Sueño clearly the brainier of the pair has learned some Korean and is uite comfortable in this exotic land His action oriented p


  • Viva

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBIMartin Limon's Sueno and Bascom books are all pretty solid I started in the middle of the series and read them not in order I like these books because they're a pretty good character study and I love the depiction of 1970's South Korea Having said that none of these books really stand out They're all pretty solid police procedurals except that the police are US 8th Army CID officers The whole series reads like a TV series binge I finish one and go on to the next This is the second in the series Slicky boys are thieves that steal from the US Army in S Korea They do it to survive and make a living I enjoyed it now on to the next book


  • Janet Martin

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBII think this book can be appreciated today than when it was issued given the current interest in the Korean Penninsula Not only a fine mystery but one filled with historical and cultural bits of information that only show up when appropriate and never overwhelm the story The Korean people are always treated respectfully even when they are the bad guys Probably a 45 because this is starting out to be an excellent series


  • Becky Gray

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBIThis is my second book in the series and while I enjoy learning about life in South Korea after the Korean war I've decided these books might be a little too violent for me Everything was going fine until there was a puppy killing Why that bothered me than killing a person I haven't uite figured out but I'm going to move on to something else


  • Carl

    PaperbackÌ Slicky Boys ePUB â slicky ebok, boys book, Slicky Boys MOBIGood book and better than #1 I thought Interesting plat and characters Sueno is pretty interesting guy Bascom is caricature Look into culture and geography I am not familiar with and assume it's reasonably true


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