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Tag overview for: 'detective'

Entries on this site with 'detective'

  • the mistake of the machine
    In an age when techno-utopian visions seem to have become America's most successful export product, we might do well to turn to Father Brown for a sanity check. Always one
  • living on dog and cat food
    The series of ten detective novels that Swedish couple Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö wrote in the 1960s and '70s are still regarded as a model for modern police procedurals.
  • the savage detectives
    What an impossible book to summarize, Roberto Bolaño 's ' The Savage Detectives '. An exploded novel with dozens of narrators and a frenzied story spilling out from 1975 M
  • zodiac
    Some minor spoilers ahead! If David Fincher 's latest film ' Zodiac ' would've been a purely fictional story it probably wouldn't have made it past script stage for lack o
  • the black book
    This post is not about Paul Verhoeven's film but about Orhan Pamuk 's novel ' The Black Book ' ('Kara Kitap'). As a caleidoscopic, metaphysical detective novel, 'The Black
  • love detective
    We slept in this morning and she had to get ready in a hurry - no time for her usual attention to detail - and she ran out the door, slamming it behind her, leaving her ke

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