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D.C. Noir 2 ❮Download❯ ✤ D.C. Noir 2 Author George Pelecanos – Freeboooks.com Classic Reprints From Edward P Jones, George Pelecanos, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Richard Wright, Langston Hughes, James Grady, Julian Mayfield, Marita Golden, Elizabeth Hand, Julian Mazor, Ward Just, Jean Toomer, Roach Brown, Larry Neal, And Others.George Pelecanos Is An Independent Film Producer, The Recipient Of Numerous International Writing Awards, A Producer And An Emmy Nominated Writer Of The HBO Series The Wire, And The Author Of Fifteen Novels Set In And Around Washington, DC He Is The Editor Of The Best Selling First Volume Of D.C Noir.


10 thoughts on “D.C. Noir 2

  1. says:

    I love the idea of this book and I loved some of the stories Pelecanos did a fantastic job of selecting stories from early 20th century to present day that take place all over the DC area There s an entire series of books like this focused on cities all over the US and coming soon, cities...


  2. says:

    Classic reprints from Edward P Jones, George Pelecanos, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Richard Wright, Langston Hughes, James Grady, Julian Mayfield, Marita Golden, Elizabeth Hand, Julian Mazor, Ward Just, Jean Toomer, Roach Brown, Larry Neal, and others.George Pelecanos is an independent film producer, the recipient of numerous international writing awards, a producer and an Emmy nominated writer of the HBO series The Wire, and the author of fifteen novels set in and around Washington, DC He is the e Classic reprints from Edward P Jones, George Pelecanos, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Richard Wright, Langston Hughes, James Grady, Julian Mayfield, Marita Golden, Elizabeth Hand, Julian Mazor, Ward Just, Jean Toomer, Roach Brown, Larry Neal, and others.George Pelecanos is an independent film producer, the recipient of numerous international writing awards, a producer and an Emmy nominated writer of the HBO series The Wi...


  3. says:

    Love the Noir city series This, in particular, was a surprise as it featured a very old fav Ross Thomas whose books I inhaled during the 1980s It was fun to read him again I also like that the City Noir series is revisiting some cit...


  4. says:

    As good as they comeI have found that some of the stories in the classic noir series can be dated, even a little boring Maybe it s not the fault of the author s but wantingaction, femme fatale, and murder Not the case with this coll...


  5. says:

    The selections that had the greatest impact on me were the grittiest, James Grady s Kiss the Sky 1996 and an excerpt from Cast a Yellow Shadow, by Ross Thomas, from 1967.


  6. says:

    More from this hit noir series Standouts for me was Edward P Jones A Rich Man, which I thought you can also read in his Aunt Hagar s Children collection Also Paul Laurence Dunbar s story, which was written in 1900, and still seems frighteningly relevant.


  7. says:

    A collection of stories set in D.C from 1900 to 2006, by various authors, known and unknown Forget the noir aspect that s mostly marketing Some good writing here, some good D.C ambience, some writers worth pursuing Julian Mazor, James Grady, Benjamin M Schutz are standouts.


  8. says:

    I ve actually only read three of the stories in this collection so far The Dead Their Eyes Implore Us by George Pelecanos, A Rich Man by Edward P Jones, and Wonderwall by Elizabeth Hand but they were all fantastic stories, really wonderful stuff.


  9. says:

    A collection of short stories from DC native writers spanning from 1900 to the present The early stories have a lot of racial undertones to them Fun, and interesting, reading so far.


  10. says:

    I only liked about 3 or 4 of the stories.


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