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The Best American Noir Of The Century (2010)
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Call Number MYSTERY/BEST


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Published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, c2010
Series: Best American series
Description:  xiv, 731 p. ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780547330778, 0547330774, 0547330774 :,
Language:  English




Spurs / Pastorale / You'll always remember me / Gun crazy / Nothing to worry about / The homecoming / Man in the dark / The lady says die! / Professional man / The hunger / The gesture / The last spin / Forever after / For the rest of her life / The dripping / Slowly, slowly in the wind / Iris / A ticket out / Since I don't have you / Texas city / Mefisto in onyx / Out there in the darkness / Hot spings / The weekender / Faithless / Poachers / Like a bone in the throat / Crack / Running out of dog / The paperhanger / Midnight emissions / When the women come out to dance / Controlled burn / All through the house / What she offered / Her lord and master / Stab / The hoarder / Missing the morning bus /



Tod Robbins -- James M. Cain -- Steve Fisher -- MacKinlay Kantor -- Day Keene -- Dorothy B. Hughes -- Howard Browne -- Mickey Spillane -- David Goodis -- Charles Beaumont -- Gil Brewer -- Evan Hunter -- Jim Thompson -- Cornell Woolrich -- David Morrell -- Patricia Highsmith -- Stephen Greenleaf -- Brendan DuBois -- James Ellroy -- James Lee Burke -- Harlan Ellison -- Ed Gorman -- James Crumley -- Jeffery Deaver -- Joyce Carol Oates -- Tom Franklin -- Lawrence Block -- James W. Hall -- Dennis Lehane -- William Gay -- F.X. Toole -- Elmore Leonard -- Scott Wolven -- Christopher Coake -- Thomas H. Cook -- Andrew Klavan -- Chris Adrian -- Bradford Morrow -- Lorenzo Carcaterra

Related Searches:
Noir fiction, American
Detective and mystery stories, American
American fiction -- 20th century
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Additional Credits:
Ellroy, James, 1948-
Penzler, Otto

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