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thomas-burchfield's picture
The first and best thing I liked about The Distance, Eddie Muller’s 2002 debut noir novel, was its protagonist, Billy Nichols. Billy is no hero, or at least not the one commonly found—and acclaimed—in genre fiction nowadays. He’s neither big nor strong. He kids that he looks like William Powell...
craig-clevenger's picture
A couple of quickies: There's an excerpt from Saint Heretic live over at the Velvet, where it'll remain posted for just a little under two weeks. And for those of you in the Bay Area, I'm reading with some of the San Francisco Noir crew tonight at M is for Mystery. Back soon. -Craig