Raylan

by Elmore Leonard

Raylan

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After discovering his quarry naked in the bathtub, doped up and missing his kidneys, federal marshal Raylan Givens becomes involved in a case regarding the harvesting of organs for sale on the black market.

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5 weeks on NPR Hardcover Fiction Bestseller List

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Dec. 24-30: A Spy, A Marshal, An Eavesdropper And A Guantanamo First

Over six decades, Elmore Leonard has turned out more than 40 books — that's more than enough novels, short stories and movie scripts to figure out what works on the page and on the screen, and to build a wide following. He introduced U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens — a smart, emotionally complex working-class hero — in the short story "Fire In The Hole." Today, Givens has his own acclaimed TV series on FX called Justified. Leonard's early 2012 novel, Raylan, is the

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