For those of you who might be fans of Nick Cave and Bad Seeds (needless to
say I am, and I have seen them live at least fifteen times from Ny to Dtw,
to Chicago - at late as last october) ...what is the connection between the
book and the song ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUlgN__Jrxk) from the
Let Love In album (94 I think)....???
Thanks for the info...I know the song very well but I havenšt read the
PS: several artist
On 3/7/09 7:06 PM, "Mark D. Nevins" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Back to the "best noir" thread--
> I read THE LAST GOOD KISS last year, and I thought it was absolutely
> fantastic. Had not really thought if it as a "noir" book, but I can
> re-consider that. I fully intend to read more Crumley, although I appreciate
> that most people think KISS was his high-point.
> I read THE RED RIGHT HAND late last year, after reading about it a few times
> here on RARA-AVIS. The book's style is so strange and mannered I almost put
> it down after about 30 pages. But I kept at it, and while the bizarre voice
> of the narrator ("unreliable narrator"? "un-unreliable narrator"?) never did
> work for me, the book in the end is strange and unique little entry into the
> library of crime fiction. I did not think it was "creepy" or "terrifying,"
> but I did think it was clever and a lot of fun. However, in the final telling
> I'm still not sure what to make of it, and I would love to hear some thoughts
> and interpretations from this group.
> Mark Nevins
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