A New Omnibus of Crime

September 26, 2005|
A New Omnibus of Crime by Tony Hillerman
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This fantastic new collection picks up where Dorothy L. Sayers'' 1920 classic The Omnibus of Crime left off bringing together monumental, important, and entertaining works of mystery short fiction from the inter-war years of the twentieth century to the first years of the twenty-first century. Rosemary Herbert and Tony Hillerman, both celebrated crime-writers in their own right, introduce each story and place each selection in the context of the author and the genre''s literary history. This extraordinary collection is international in scope and emphasizes the most exciting styles and voices in each genre, rather than taking a typical decade-by-decade approach. As a result A New Omnibus of Crime is full of a whole range of engaging, page-turning, and spine tingling selections from the past eight decades. Stories in this collection include Patricia Highsmith''s "Woodrow Wilson''s Necktie," Sue Grafton''s "A Poison That Leaves No Trace," and many more, including never-before-published works from Jefferey Deaver and Alexander McCall Smith. A New Omnibus of Crime is a marvelous achievement that brings together some of the greatest crime and mystery short fiction ever collected.
Tony Hillerman, one of America''s leading mystery novelists, was named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America. Rosemary Herbert is a mystery book review columnist for the Boston Herald. A former reference librarian at Harvard University, she created a course on detective fiction at Tufts University and hosts the cable televis...
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Title:A New Omnibus of Crime
Format:Hardcover
Product dimensions:448 pages, 5.51 X 8.11 X 1.5 in
Shipping dimensions:448 pages, 5.51 X 8.11 X 1.5 in
Published:September 26, 2005
Publisher:Oxford University Press
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780195182149

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