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Although I couldn't make it through Robert Coover's Pricksongs & Descants, I later read and enjoyed the story THE CASE OF THE SEVERED HAND from the 2008 issue of HARPER'S MAGAZINE,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bryan Byrd
Robert Coover is one of the most intelligent writers in US. This novel will inspire the writer in all of you!Published 13 months ago by vic
I have been a Robert Coover fan for years, but this is inferior work. The book never decides whether it is a parody of hard-boiled detective stories, or a cynical, existential... Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by A. Debban
What's going on when you wake from a dream to discover that somebody's writing it all down in black and white and what's even harder to swallow is that they seem to be anticipating... Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Il'ja Rákoš
Robert Coover Gets with His Inner Gumshoe
By John Hood
You read a lot of hard-boiled fiction. Maybe even a little too much. Read more
All the elements of a Phillip Marlowe hard boiled crime detective novel are there: a wise cracking private detective, Philip Noir, hard at work attempting to solve the murder of a... Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by IRA Ross
I almost never put a book down, even if I don't happen to like it. I only made it to page 88 of this one, and that was painful. Read morePublished on August 18, 2010 by S. Stoller