Complex Exclusive: Joe R. Lansdale's "L.A. Noire" Short Story, "Naked Angel"

Complex Exclusive: Joe R. Lansdale's "L.A. Noire" Short Story, "Naked Angel"

As promised, we're pleased to be able to present Joe R. Lansdale's short story, "Naked Angel," from the forthcoming anthology L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories (available electronically June 6). Lansdale is one of our favorite crime writers working today—if you haven't read his "Hap and Leonard" series, we suggest you being (preferably with the first one)—so to be able to bring his newest work to the world is something we can't overstate our excitement about. He may write mostly about Texas, but the way he embraces the seedy underbelly of 1940s Los Angeles ain't too shabby either. The story begins after the jump.

Tags: la-noire, rockstar, fiction
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