I think the lasting impact of BLONDE FAITH, the tenth and at the time the last Easy Rawlins book, was how angry the character of Easy Rawlins had become. As a final book it was satisfyingly unsatisfying if you understand my meaning. Unsatisfying because I longed for the youthful Easy Rawlins unburdened by the tangled mess his life had become. Satisfied because Walter Mosely kills at writing these books. I'm officially excited for LITTLE GREEN.