Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: hardboiled comedy

From: Kerry J. Schooley (
Date: 07 Mar 2005

At 11:10 AM 07/03/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>Much, if not most, of Ken Bruen fits here. For instance, I just
>finished The Killing of the Tinkers. I often laughed out loud, but
>there is no doubt it was both hardboiled and noir.

I think we've got this dog by the tail. What hardboiled or noir writing is completely devoid of humour?

Best, Kerry

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