Strangers In Town: Three Newly Discovered Mysteries

Strangers In Town: Three Newly Discovered Mysteries
Ross Macdonald (1915-1983) was, according to The New York Times the author of "the finest detective novels ever written by an American." His detective, Lew Archer, investigates character and place and the tensions and conflicts that form America. In Ross Macdonald's hands, Lew Archer's home turf, southern California, becomes symbolic and (perhaps more important) emblematic of the human struggle to make things right, to make sense of who we are. In an important literary discovery, Macdonald biographer, Tom Nolan, unearthed three previously unpublished private-eye stories by Ross Macdonald. These 'lost' stories help the reader to understand why The New York Times also said that "classify him how y
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