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by Bill Pronzini

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0804101264
Author:
Bill Pronzini
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Ivy Books (October 12, 1987)
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List of the published work of Bill Pronzini, American writer. The Snatch, Random House, (1971). The Vanished, Random House, (1973). Undercurrent, Random House, (1973). Blowback, Random House, (1977). Twospot, Putnam, (1978), (with Collin Wilcox). Labyrinth, St. Martin's, (1980). Hoodwink, St. Martin's, (1981). Scattershot, St. Martin's, (1982). Dragonfire, St. Bindlestiff, St. Martin's, (1983). Case File (short stories), St. Quicksilver, St. Martin's, (1984).

A Shamus Award-winning Author. Few characters have the loyal readership of Bill Pronzini's "Nameless Detective. The fourteen stories in this collection span his entire thirty-five-year life on the printed page

A Shamus Award-winning Author. The fourteen stories in this collection span his entire thirty-five-year life on the printed page

Bill Pronzini is an American novelist of detective fiction, western fiction, science fiction and several other genres.

Bill Pronzini is an American novelist of detective fiction, western fiction, science fiction and several other genres. He is married to fellow mystery author Marcia Muller, who he often collaborates with. He is best known for his Nameless Detective novels and also writes the John Quincannon series. Pronzini made his debut as a published author with the novel The Stalker in 1971.

Bill Pronzini's simply one of the genre's masters

Bill Pronzini's simply one of the genre's masters. He seems to have taken a crack at just about everything: in the mystery genre: noirish thrillers, historicals, locked-room mysteries, adventure novels, spy capers, men's action and, of course, his masterful, long-running Nameless private detective series, now entering its sixth (sixth!) decade, with no signs of creative flagging. Besides his two tributes to some of the very worst in crime fiction (what he calls "alternative classics"), Gun in Cheek and Son of Gun in Cheek, and one on western fiction (entitled Six Gun in Cheek, naturally), he's the co-author (with Muller) of 1001 Midnights, one of the seminal books of crime fiction criticism.

Suspicious Characters. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. He was born on April 13, 1943 in Petaluma, California in the United States. He was an avid reader right from his childhood days and was fascinated by his grandfather’s mystery and science fiction digest at the age of 12.

Криминальные детективы. Deadfall - Pronzini Bill. I walked around on both sides of the superstructure, trying not to act like a suspicious character as I looked at each of the four windows- at them, not through them, because all four were either shuttered or draped

Криминальные детективы. I walked around on both sides of the superstructure, trying not to act like a suspicious character as I looked at each of the four windows- at them, not through them, because all four were either shuttered or draped. If anybody was inside, he or she wasn’t making a sound. I stepped off onto the board float, and a voice said nearby, Looking for somebody? It was a guy on the boat adjacent to the east, an ancient but freshly painted sloop with the name Wanderer painted on the bow.

Bill Pronzini bibliography. Last updated April 05, 2019. Bill Pronzini is an American writer of detective fiction. This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. List of the published work of Bill Pronzini, American writer. He is also an active anthologist, having compiled more than 100 collections, most of which focus on mystery, western, and science fiction short stories.

Bill Pronzini's EPITAPHS is not the strongest entry in the Nameless Detective series, but an also-ran by Pronzini . The book's end connects to Nameless's change of character after Shackles. He becomes judge and jury concerning a serious offense.

Bill Pronzini's EPITAPHS is not the strongest entry in the Nameless Detective series, but an also-ran by Pronzini is better than the best effort by a substantial number of other authors. In this entry, Nameless is asked to investigate a charge of theft against the daughter of one of the old Italian men who play bocce in the park. As I read this book, I was reminded of the dark Raymond Chandler stories about family secrets as well as Chinatown.

Thirteen tales of murder and intrigue by authors such as Isaac Asimov, Ed McBain, Simon Brett, Sara Paretsky, and Jonathan Gash