Resisting Arrest: Detective Fiction and Popular Culture

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For example. comes after his younger brother. He writes standalone Westerns and edits anthologies of mystery and Western short stories. (In his spare time, he's a karaoke singer, but that's another story). In these cases, Ellery is forced to look beyond the physical details of 542 100 Masters of Mystery and Detective Fiction the crime and search for insight into the mind of the murderer. Wentworth’s creation of Miss Silver is highly detailed, perhaps more than that of any other detective hero.

Pages: 216

Publisher: Other Press (May 22, 2007)

ISBN: B0091X3HX4

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