Re: RARA-AVIS: in from the shadows-introducing Daido Moriyama

Date: 14 May 2006

In a message dated 5/14/06 6:05:00 PM, writes:

> Mattias wrote:
> The ones who blew me off the road with their stories
> and writing have been Thompson, Willeford and Ellroy.
> **************
> Well, it don't get much better than that.  A belated
> welcome to you. 
> I would recommend Cain's Postman, Gresham's Nightmare
> Alley, and Anderson's Thieves Like Us.  I think that
> all three of these are available in one volume, too,
> if you are interested.  Those are noirs.  If you are
> interested in the hardboiled detective, Hammett's
> Maltese Falcon and Chandler's The Big Sleep are
> considered classic for a damned good reason.  Of
> course, you've heard all this before if you've been
> reading the list for two years.  But it's always worth
> repeating.

Kent Harrington's Dia De Los Muertos James Crumley's The Last Good Kiss

John Lau

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