HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 5 ‘Djibouti’ Books From FX’s ‘Justified’ Character Creator Elmore Leonard

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CHICAGO – In this inaugural edition of the HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Book, we have 5 books up for grabs to the new 288-page book “Djibouti” from New York Times bestselling author Elmore Leonard. Leonard is the creator of the character “Raylan Givens” on FX’s “Justified” TV show. The season-two premiere of “Justified” returns to FX in 2011.

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The book Djibouti from FX's Justified character creator Elmore Leonard
The 288-page book “Djibouti” from FX’s “Justified” character creator Elmore Leonard.
Image credit: William Morrow

Fans of FX’s “Justified” know Elmore Leonard as the creator of the character “Raylan Givens”: a U.S. Marshall from Leonard’s novels “Pronto” and “Riding the Rap”. What you may not know is that Leonard’s career spans 60 years, 44 novels, 21 feature-film adaptations and three honorary doctorates. Turning 85 this October, Leonard hasn’t lost a step.

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In “Djibouti” (published by William Morrow and available on Oct. 12, 2010), Leonard departs Detroit and Los Angeles for the Horn of Africa where Somali pirates own the seas, al-Qaeda operatives lurk in the streets and loyalty is scarcer than clean drinking water.

Young American filmmaker Dara Barr is fresh off an Oscar win for her documentary on Hurricane Katrina and anxious for a new challenge. With her 6’7” cameraman and confidant (Xavier LeBo) at her side, she embarks on a journey into the heart of Djibouti intent on pulling the covers off the shadowy world of modern-day piracy.

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Leonard has written “Road Dogs,” “Up in Honey’s Room,” “The Hot Kid,” “Mr. Paradise,” “Tishomingo Blues” as well as the critically acclaimed collection of short stories “When the Women Come Out to Dance”. Many of his books have been made into movies including “Get Shorty,” “Out of Sight” and “Be Cool”.

Leonard is the recipient of a lifetime achievement award from PEN USA and a grand master award from the Mystery Writers of America. He lives with his wife, Christine, in Bloomfield Village, Mich. Read HollywoodChicago.com’s rave review of “Justified” with Timothy Olyphant.

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Star Who can you truly trust the most these days?

This HollywoodChicago.com Hookup is simple: 5 lucky HollywoodChicago.com readers will be randomly selected as the winners for our “Djibouti” book Hookup! The books will be mailed to the winners at our expense. Good luck!

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief and publisher Adam Fendelman

By ADAM FENDELMAN
Editor-in-Chief/Publisher
HollywoodChicago.com
adam@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2010 Adam Fendelman, HollywoodChicago.com LLC

goodscot's picture

Who Can You Trust?

I think the only person you can truly trust is yourself. Hopefully your best friend. Maybe family. Everyone else, hmm not so much.

Chellz's picture

I only trust...

my parents. my attorney. and Ebay. ..in that order.

Jerrica's picture

My family and friends.

My family and friends.

deemcfly's picture

I only can trust

My mom and Grandmother

CBS's picture

Djibouti

Certain friends.

mswoodard2010's picture

the person who u can really trust is.....

God becuz he will neva let u down. He will neva leave u and will always be with u! Ms Woodard

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trust

I could trust my loyal dog MIckey, ol’ K-9 devotion.

Anonymous's picture

The Fam.

yummyummy's picture

No person can ever be

No person can ever be completely trusted. Having said that I guess my family and very very few friends.

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book give away

those you love and whom love you. Those that are good in goverment.those whom have your best interst at heart.

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