The Mammoth Book of Private Eye StoriesUnknown - 2004
With its roots in the American private-detective fiction of the 1920s but traceable back as far as Sherlock Holmes, the private-eye story remains as popular as ever. Here are thirty of the finest short novels and stories from the hardboiled world of the private eye. The characters in this collection range from the tough, cynical, hard-drinking Philip Marlowe type to hard-hitting female sleuths and the one-armed intellectual Dan Fortune. This collection features old favorites and new contributions from masters of the genre, past and present, including Ross Macdonald, Raymond Chandler, Sue Grafton, Marcia Muller, Michael Collins, Ed McBain, William Campbell Gault, and many more.
Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2004.
Branch Call Number: MAM
Characteristics: x, 528 p. ; 20 cm.
Alternative Title: Private eye stories
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