Detroit Noir

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E. J. Olsen, John C. Hocking
Akashic Books, 2007 - Fiction - 280 pages
From crime stories in the classic hard-boiled style to the vividly experimental, from the determination of those risking everything to the desperation of those with nothing left to lose, Detroit Noir delivers unforgettable tales that capture the city’s dark vitality.

Includes stories by: Joyce Carol Oates, Loren D. Estleman, Craig Holden, P.J. Parrish, Desiree Cooper, Nisi Shawl, M.L. Liebler, Craig Bernier, Joe Boland, Megan Abbott, Dorene O’Brien, Lolita Hernandez, Peter Markus, Roger K. Johnson, Michael Zadoorian, and E.J. Olsen.

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Contents

Introduction
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P J Parrish Brush Park
43
Joyce Carol Oates Chrysler Freeway
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Copyright

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About the author (2007)

E.J. Olsen is a freelance writer and editor who grew up in the shadow of the Motor City. He reads everything, but his heart was stolen by noir fiction and film. John C. Hocking grew up outside Detroit in the '60s and '70s. He is an obsessive reader, writer, and collector of pulp and noir fiction.

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