RARA-AVIS: Ellroy's Black Dahlia

From: funkmasterj@runbox.com
Date: 09 Dec 2008

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    I just finished reading this, the first Ellroy book I've read. It was a good book, but not really to my tastes in terms of the relationships for the main character (why I'm not a Wambaugh fan). The lone wolf aspect is one of the things I like best about Hard Boiled fiction. I didn't notice the prose being unusual, I take it his "telepathic" style came later? Is any of his other writing more hard boiled?


    Recently read Simon Kernick's The Business of Dying


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