Mario Taboada (email@example.com)
Thu, 9 Sep 1999 11:10:11 -0700 (PDT)
<<would anyone have suggestions regarding good up and
coming women noir writers? and not the grafton/paretsky p.i.
There's Teri White, though I don't know what she's up to
these days. If you like noir, you must read her marvellous
novels. Her characterization is deep and memorable, and her
command of language, second to none
(male or female) in the contemporary mystery scene. I suggest her _Triangle_ as a good starting point, possibly a classic.
Not hardboiled or noir, but excellent nevertheless, is Nancy
Pickard, a most underrated writer. She writes with great
psychological understanding. If you're tired of the
Grafton/Paretsky stuff, Pickard may be a good
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