The Mysterious Bookshop

J.K. Van Dower & John F. Jebb - Isn't Justice Always Unfair?

Bowling Green, OH, Bowling Green Press, 1996.  The American South can claim that southerner Poe invented the genre; that some of the greatest writers of detective fiction hailed from the south, including Faulkner, Twain, and contemporary authors such as Burke, Cornwall, and Hiaasen.  An exploration of the relationship between the fictional detective and the southern states.  $19.95.


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