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Aug 29, 2006
| ISBN 9780143037309
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Aug 29, 2006 | ISBN 9780143037309
James Crumley is one of the most revered practitioners of post-Chandler crime fiction, praised by the likes of Dennis Lehane and Michael Connelly as a major influence. C. W. Sughrue is Crumley’s most indelible creation. Now Sughrue is back, in a searing thrill ride of a novel that has the seen-it-all Montana private eye trying to find out which of a small-town shrink’s bizarre patients has made off with some highly confidential files. Fast-paced, brutal, melancholy, and ruefully funny, The Right Madness is Crumley at his uncompromising best.
James Crumley was born in Three Rivers, Texas, and spent most of his childhood in South Texas. After serving three years in the US Army and completing college degrees in history (BA, Texas College of Arts and Industries) and creative… More about James Crumley
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