Ross Macdonald

DiscussãoHardboiled / Noir Crime Fiction

Entre no LibraryThing para poder publicar.

Ross Macdonald

Este tópico está presentemente marcado como "inativo" —a última mensagem tem mais de 90 dias. Reative o tópico publicando uma resposta.

1etrainer
Editado: Ago 26, 2007, 11:47am

Mensagem removida pelo autor.

2etrainer
Editado: Ago 26, 2007, 11:58am

Tried to post a link to an article in the LA Times Wednesday, Aug 22, 2007 Calendar section about Ross Macdonald and the fact that all the Lew Archer novels, plus short stories will be back in print.

Lew Archer

Ahh, that seems to work!

3yareader2
Ago 30, 2007, 9:48pm

OMG this is amazing! Lew Archer has a biographer.It should have been me. Now there is something I would like to read. Thankssomuch

4Eurydice
Editado: Ago 31, 2007, 8:35pm

Wow. Marvelous. I love Ross MacDonald. The Ivory Grin and the short-story collection both sound like good additions to my lot. It's good to think of all the people who will buy him now.... instead of scrounging for used copies, like most of us! Or letting him pass by, unknown.

Edited just to say: etrainer, thanks for posting it!

5etrainer
Set 1, 2007, 12:07pm

>4 Eurydice:

You're welcome!

6mrgah Primeira Mensagem
Editado: Set 30, 2007, 11:55pm

This is great! Ten years ago, when I started reading crime fiction, almost none of it was in print, and now almost everything is-- Charles Willeford, Cornell Woolrich, and now Ross MacDonald.

Let's hope someone gets the memo and puts all of the Richard Starks back in print.

Thanks a lot for posting this!

7rudeboy99
Set 24, 2013, 1:30am

I lost most of my books in a fire 4 years ago. When I decided to reload the first author I started collecting was Ross MacDonald. As one reviewer recently said," MacDonald didn't really write about crime, per se, what he really wrote about was SIN..."!!! Well, I concur...

8dcozy
Set 28, 2013, 12:41am

I recently stumbled upon a dozen or so Lew Archer novels at a used book stall in Amsterdam. I pounced, and have begun to devour. Tremendous writing, and a fascinating look at how California became California.

9ecw0647
Dez 3, 2013, 9:03pm

I have found the Stephen Greenleaf "Tanner" series to be very reminiscent of MacDonald's writing. Do any of you agree? Stephen Greenleaf

10jju
Editado: Mar 11, 2014, 9:37am

Mensagem removida pelo autor.

11jju
Fev 6, 2014, 11:59am

The Library of America will publish their first Ross MacDonald volume in 2015.

12PaulMacDonald
Nov 5, 2014, 11:34am

I systematically worked my way through all the Lew Archer books over several years. There was a particular kind of sadness when I read the last one knowing that there would be no more. They are my favorite detective series.

13jroger1
Editado: Nov 23, 2014, 8:51am

>11 jju:
The LOA edition is now scheduled for release on April 30, 2015. It will include "The Way Some People Die," "The Barbarous Coast," "The Doomsters," and "The Galton Case." It can be pre-ordered now from Amazon.

Join to post