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I thought of Sue Grafton off the top of my head. What do you think of Linda Barnes' Carlotta Carlyle books?
I understand there are notable differences between the two, but I haven't read the book yet (only managed to track down a copy last month).
I just finished The Grifters and was wondering if the movie will live up to the book, which is fascinating.
I loved The Killer Inside Me and then had the misfortune of trying to watch the godawful movie.
Has anyone read her?
KromesTomes, good to know about Jen Banbury.
****feels guilty about not reading Highsmith, and goes off to drink tea*****
I like breathing.
And #28, if you're talking about Crime Novels: American Noir of the 1950s and Crime Novels: American Noir of the 1930s and 40s, I agree--I love them! They're so worth the money! (Although I think the only female author in the whole 2 volumes is Patricia Highsmith...which is too bad.)
it's now July 16....i think the author is Manda Scott and i'm sure her titles will show up here somewhere...i will doublecheck to make sure i'm not talking out my...hat
my little postie might wake y'all up..
i have an extra copy of The song is You..any one in dire need of a Megan Abbott fix..send me a PRIVATE note..thank you veddy much..and i might send it to you..oh lucky you
sorry to be so repetitive...so repetitive..i am outta here!
btw, there is a Leigh Brackett story online :-
I Feel Bad Killing You
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