1 edition of Dallas noir found in the catalog.
David Hale Smith
Written in English
Presents an anthology of stories, each set in a distinct neighborhood of Dallas.
|Statement||edited by David Hale Smith|
|Series||Akashic noir series, Akashic noir series|
|LC Classifications||PS549.D35 D35 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||2013938543|
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Dallas Noir by Smith, David Hale (EDT). Paperback available at Half Price Books® Dallas Noir. by Smith, David Hale (Edt) Presents a collection of short stories featuring noir and crime fiction about Dallas by such authors as Ben Fountain, Emma Rathbone, Jonathan Woods, Lauren David, and Matt Bondurant. Dallas Noir features a photo on the cover shot by editor David Hale Smith. The book is the latest installment in the "noir" series launched in by Akashic Books. Each chapter is a dark.
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In contrast to most entries in Akashic's noir series, the Dallas volume lacks a strong sense of place. While the better tales among the 16 selections satisfy, a number read as if their authors were given a class assignment to write a noir story/5(12). Dallas Noir is a Akashic Books publication.
This book will go one sale November 5th I received a beautiful trade ARC paperback of this book from the early reviewer program on Library Thing, in exchange for an honest review. November is usually a month when Americans tend to think of the city of Dallas, but not in a good way/5.
DAVID HALE SMITH is a literary agent based in Dallas, Texas. Along with fourteen Edgar Award nominations, his clients have won the Edgar, Anthony, Dallas noir book, Shamus, Barry, Macavity, Eisner, and Bram Stoker awards, as well as the Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
He is the editor of Dallas Noir. One of Texas Monthly's "5 Things You'll be Talking about in November" "All in all, the stories in Dallas Noir have an unsettling, slightly creepy presence that is not just appropriate but completely necessary for a collection of noir fiction.
Zzyyxx Books In contrast to most entries in Akashic’s noir series, the Dallas volume lacks a strong sense of place. While the better tales among the 16 selections satisfy, a number read as if their. Book Overview One of Texas Monthly 's "5 Things You'll be Talking about in November" "All in all, the stories in Dallas Noir have an unsettling, slightly creepy presence that is not just appropriate but completely necessary for a collection of noir fiction.
" Dallas Noir is a fiction mosaic, showing a city of class divisions precariously held together by money, land, and false love. It also shows the expanse of noir and it's power." -- (MysteryPeople Pick of the Month).
Reason No. 2: the publisher, Akashic Books, has published these noir series all over the country."--D Magazine/FrontBurner"November 22 looms, and as the watershed nears, a new anthology of short stories sets out with a noble purpose: to make Dallas known for something more than the place where President John F.
Kennedy was assassinated Author: David Hale Smith. In a country with so many interesting cities, Dallas is often overlooked except on November 22 every year. The heartbreaking anniversary keeps coming back around in a nightmare loop, for all of us.
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The Dallas Noir of Kathleen Kent’s The Dime The author's hard-boiled new novel proves the city is a perfect setting for crime fiction. By Ginni Beam Published in Arts & Entertainment Febru Author: Alex Macon. Dallas Noir by David Hale Smith Dallas Noir | One of Texas Monthly's "5 Things You'll be Talking about in November""This collection of crime stories takes its inspiration from the darker corners of everyday life in a city that many associate only with a historic assassination.
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Dallas Noir (Akashic Noir): : David Hale Smith: BooksReviews: 8. Editor David Hale Smith’s introduction paints Dallas as the “ultimate noir town,” marred forever by the assassination of JFK in November and corrupted by criminal bankers and shady land deals.
Smith is the editor of “Dallas Noir,” a new collection of fiction stories set in distinct neighborhoods and locations within Dallas, each showing a drastically different side to the city. “Like a beautiful woman with poison under her fingernails, this is a town of dangerous paradoxes,” Smith writes in.
Editor David Hale Smith will be joined by contributors Daniel J. Hale, Harry Hunsicker, Merritt Tierce, Oscar C. Peña, and James Hime to sign and disucss Dallas Noir (Akashic; $) PBO. David Hale Smith is a literary agent based in Dallas, Texas.
Sincehe has represented some of the most beloved authors in crime fiction. Along with 14 Edgar Award nominations, his clients have won. Fiction set in Dallas - Dallas Noir The city of Dallas is often overlooked. But on 22 November every year, the memory comes back around in a nightmare loop.
John F. Kennedy's assassination. Editions for Dallas Noir: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Audible Audio published in ), (Audiobook pub. I liked the petty robber twins story. Predictable but faithful to the noir genre. Less predictable but equally faithful was the "who done it best" stripper vs burlesque mystery.
That is so 50s - 60s Dallas. Was there sex, I mean porn. I don't remember. This was the first of the noir series for me but won't be the last. -- Matt Bondurant, "Hole-Man" from Dallas Noir, Akashic Books City Noir series Posted by Lynne Perednia at AM.
Email This BlogThis. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Labels: Akashic Books, Akashic City Noir series, Dallas Noir, David Abrams, Matt Bondurant, Sunday Sentence. MysteryPeople Presents: DALLAS NOIR Launched with the summer ’04 award-winning best seller Brooklyn Noir, Akashic Books continues its groundbreaking series of original noir anthologies.
Each book is comprised of all-new stories, each one set in a distinct neighborhood or location within the city of the book. The Dallas Noir collection, which Smith compiled and edited, gathers new fiction from 16 veteran writers, most of whom live in Dallas and all of whom have ties to the area.
Each story is set in a. Photo by David Hale Smith, who is a wayward cyclist There are two reasons why you should buy Dallas Noir, a collection of short stories that was .