Brooklyn noir / edited by Tim McLoughlin.
Contributor(s): McLoughlin, Tim.Material type: BookPublisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : Akashic Books, �2004Description: 366 pages : map ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1888451580; 9781888451580.Subject(s): American fiction -- New York (State) -- New York | Detective and mystery stories, American | Noir fiction, American | Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) -- Fiction | American fiction | Detective and mystery stories, American | Noir fiction, American | New York (State) -- New York | New York (State) -- New York -- Brooklyn | American fiction New York (State) New York | Detective and mystery stories, American | Noir fiction, American | Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) FictionGenre/Form: Noir fiction | Short stories | Detective and mystery fiction | Fiction. | Short stories. | Detective and mystery fiction. | Noir fiction.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Brooklyn noir.DDC classification: 813/.0872083274723 Other classification: 18.06 | 17.98 | 7,26 Online resources: Table of contents | Table of contents | Publisher description
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Chris Niles, was born and educated in New Zealand.
The book signing / Pete Hamill -- Hasidic noir / Pearl Abraham -- No time for Senior's / Sidney Offit -- When all this was Bay Ridge / Tim McLoughin -- Practicing / Ellen Miller -- Crown heist / Adam Mansbach -- Hunter/trapper / Arthur Nersesian -- New Lots Avenue / Nelson George -- Scavenger hunt / Neal Pollack -- The code / Norman Kelley -- Can't catch me / Thomas Morrissey -- Case closed / Lou Manfredo -- Eating Italian / Luciano Guerriero -- Thursday / Kenji Jasper -- One more for the road / Robert Knightly -- Triple Harrison / Maggie Estep -- Fade to-- Brooklyn / Ken Bruen -- Dumped / Nicole Blackman -- Slipping into darkness / C.J. Sullivan -- Ladies' man / Chris Niles.
Masters of the mystery genre and the best of New York's literary fiction community come together in an anthology of stories, each set in a distinct neighborhood of Brooklyn.