E–book [Black Noir]


  • Paperback
  • 336
  • Black Noir
  • Otto Penzler
  • English
  • 25 November 2020
  • 9781605980577

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  1. says: E–book [Black Noir]

    E–book [Black Noir] By far the best collection of crime mystery and suspense shorts that I've ever encountered Mostly written in the early 1900s by Black writers only these gritty yarns effortlessly evoke images of dark alleys sounds from the shadows and stoic detectives

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    review Black Noir E–book [Black Noir] This was a solid collection which I liked for several reason1 One of the theme was role of the PI in investigating crimes in communiti

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    E–book [Black Noir] I had never heard of Anne Petry 1908 1997 before and her story here On Saturday the Siren Sounds at Noon is just fantastic She wrote a few novels in the 1940s and 50s and I totally want to read them now House of Tears by

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    E–book [Black Noir] review Black Noir One of the best anthologies I have read in years I learned a lot from the histories of each author prior to the short stories written The boo

  5. says: E–book [Black Noir] Otto Penzler ´ 0 read review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Otto Penzler

    Otto Penzler ´ 0 read E–book [Black Noir] COUNTDOWN Mid 20th Century North American Crime BOOKShort 34 of 250On Saturday the Siren Sounds at Noon by Ann Lane Petry is my favorite short story hereOtto Penzler does a sensational job of collecting mysterycrime works by black authors which are hard or impossible to find elsewhere Ann Lane Petry is of huge importance in American literature she is the first African American woman to sell a million copies of

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    review Black Noir Otto Penzler ´ 0 read review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Otto Penzler I cannot recommend this book highly enough As usual Otto Penzler does an outstanding job of collecting a truly historical represent

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    E–book [Black Noir] Otto Penzler ´ 0 read I'd recommend this book to anyone who likes mystery fiction I'm not a short story fan but I picked this up in the bookstore and the

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    E–book [Black Noir] review Black Noir A great little collection I particularly liked Talma Gordon

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    E–book [Black Noir] Otto Penzler ´ 0 read review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Otto Penzler I did enjoy this collection of short stories but not as much as I was hoping I really enjoy the old pulp style detective stories but I'm not really a fan of modern crime writing This book was an ecclectic mix of writing from the 19th century t

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    review Black Noir E–book [Black Noir] Otto Penzler ´ 0 read A good anthology with the stories arranged in no obvious order which makes it pleasant to read straight through I couldn't really enjoy any of the straight whodunits I just don't like the genre that much though I did read a lot of Agatha Christie years ago except where a few of the older ones were historically interestin

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Black Noir

Black Noir free read ↠ 0 Otto Penzler ´ 0 read review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Otto Penzler Uniue viewpoints and styles Contributors to the collection include Robert Greer Chester Himes Walter Mosley Cary Phillips Frankie Bailey and Richard Wrigh. I did enjoy this collection of short stories but not as much as I was hoping I really enjoy the old pulp style detective stories but I m not really a fan of modern crime writing This book was an ecclectic mix of writing from the 19th century through to the 21st While it was good to show that African American writers had been writing in the genre for so long being such a big mix made it feel like perhaps there weren t enough stories for a concentrated book Which I hope isn t true Overall I enjoyed the older stories The stories I enjoyed the most were the ones with social commentary It was also great to see so many early writers including women writers who d been published even if they were in the black press rather than the mainstream press

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Black Noir free read ↠ 0 Otto Penzler ´ 0 read review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Otto Penzler Some of the best known and most influential pieces of crime fiction have been from African American writers Be it Walter Mosley’s great detective Easy Ra. I had never heard of Anne Petry 1908 1997 before and her story here On Saturday the Siren Sounds at Noon is just fantastic She wrote a few novels in the 1940s and 50s and I totally want to read them now House of Tears by Gary Phillips was uite entertaining I loved The Canasta Club by Eleanor Taylor Bland so much that I might read one of her books even though they are all a series and I usually avoid series I think my favorite was The First Rule Is by Gar Anthony Haywood

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Black Noir free read ↠ 0 Otto Penzler ´ 0 read review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Otto Penzler Wlins or the mean streets of Harlem at the hands of Chester Himes the stories and characters in this anthology have shaped the mystery genre with their own. I cannot recommend this book highly enough As usual Otto Penzler does an outstanding job of collecting a truly historical representation of short stories from a group of authors The first story by Edward P Jones Old Boys Old Girls is all of what a mystery short story should be Poe would be impressed He includes not only currenty black mystery authors but also those from the 19th century assisting in the recording of a relevant literary history Otto you rock