If you have ever come within waving distance of one of Elmore Leonard’s books, you should be watching “Justified,” which is currently in its third season on the FX network. And if you are aviewer of “Justified,” you should have read Leonard’s short story “Fire in the Hole” (in the collection WHEN THE WOMEN COME OUT TO DANCE) and his novels PRONTO and RIDING THE RAP. They all feature Raylan Givens, a deputy U.S. Marshal whose quirky personality and propensity for violence gets him transferred from South Florida to his native Hazard, Kentucky, where his associations past and present are both a blessing and a curse.
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