Charles Bukowski's FACTOTUM
--- pabergin <
> I don't know how to get the jazz back, but try this:
> What's the best HB book
> ever written where a crime is NOT the central plot
> device? (Doesn't mean
> there can't be a crime, just that it's peripheral.)
> My own choice (and let's not confuse the issue with
> a lot of that HB/noir
> definition horseshit) would be Douglas Fairbairn's
> STREET 8.
===== Doug Bassett
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