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Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ James Arthur Crumley was the author of violent hardboiled crime novels and several volumes of short stories and essays as well as published and unpublished screenplays He has been described as one of modern crime writing's best practitioners who was a patron saint of the post Vietnam private eye noveland a cross between Raymond Chandler and Hunter S ThompsonHis book The Last Good Kiss has.

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  • Kemper

    Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ dancing download, bear ebok, Dancing Bear PDFEPUBPrivate detective Milo Milodragovich could share the old Pinkerton’s motto of “We Never Sleep” but in Milo’s case that’s probably because of all the cocaine he doesActually at the beginning of this one Milo is keeping a reasonably low profile following the events of The Wrong Case He’s working as a low level rent a cop for a security agency run by Colonel Haliburton and is staying relatively clean and sober by restricting his chemical intake to peppermint schnapps However after a nasty incident on the security job and a meeting with the elderly mistress of his late father Milo finds himself working two cases that soon have him back on the bottle and tooting coke like a character on Miami ViceWhat should be a couple of routine matters soon turn ugly and in true Crumley fashion Milo’s method of working a case involves many miles of driving around with lots of guns and drug


  • Aditya

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  • Ed

    Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ dancing download, bear ebok, Dancing Bear PDFEPUBDetective Milo Dragovitch is working as a security guard when an old family friend hires him to look into a curious case Of course the mystery only deepens and takes its twists I like Mr Crumley's fiercely lyrical prose style and his hard nosed PI from Montana who casts a jaundiced eye at the seamy underbelly of the US government There's something to take away from his novels and something meaty to think about long after you've reached the end Good stuff


  • A.B. Patterson

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  • Jake

    Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ dancing download, bear ebok, Dancing Bear PDFEPUBPart of my sudden interest in reading James Crumley was the news from this past spring which suggested Mel Gibson’s interest in adapting this book with famed Chinatown screenwriter Robert Towne Gibson described the story as “basically Chinatown set in a 7 11 in 70s Montana with a lot of cocaine”First and foremost Mel Gibson is a lousy human being whose continued popularity in the film industry is a national disgrace I hope he doesn’t make this movie But I hope someone less vile than him does the Coens perhaps They like westerns and noir Because Gibson’s description is accurateLike Chinatown the plot is impossibly dense to the point where the protagonist jokes about it in what has to be a meta moment I didn’t really know what was going on until the end and even still I don’t have a full grasp of itBut I don’t read Crumley for the plots or mysteries altho


  • Thomas

    Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ dancing download, bear ebok, Dancing Bear PDFEPUBJames Crumley is the perfect author for the person who reads Raymond Chandler and says I guess it was OK but it could have used a lot sex drugs alcohol gun play and explosions Also just my own two cents worth but Milo Milodragovitch is a much better and fully conceived character than Crumley's other somewhat famous creation CW Sughrue While the latter often comes across as something of a redneck male fantasy Milodragovitch wears his faults on his sleeve He can barely control his alcoholism doesn't even pretend to have a handle on his coke habit his personal life's a shambles and he'll cop


  • Diana

    Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ dancing download, bear ebok, Dancing Bear PDFEPUBCrumley's books are a gas murder mysteries involving the seedy underbelly of cast aways and ne'er do wells Combine Tony Hillerman mysteries and Fear and Loathing Funny and suspensful you might exclaim vocally at times so tr


  • Adam

    Paperback´ Dancing Bear PDF EPUB ñ dancing download, bear ebok, Dancing Bear PDFEPUBJames Crumley is among the very best of the hardboiled fiction writers Yes the plot is rehashed and the ending a little trite but I don't think you read Crumley for the plot You read him for his amazing prose razor sharp wit and dialogue that crackles off the page He's very nearly as good as Chandler and praise doesn't come much higher than that


  • Michael Witbeck

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  • Lukasz Pruski

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