Thursday, December 16, 2010

Small Crimes Blast From the Past: NPR

In 2008, NPR named Small Crimes by Dave Zeltserman one of the top 5 crime and mystery novels of the year, saying:

With the world in financial freefall, there's only one type of mystery that captures the anxiety of the times, and that's crime noir: the jittery genre born during the Great Depression about saps, grifters and sad sacks who ain't got a barrel of money. James M. Cain is king of this genre, but there's a new name to add to the pantheon of the sons and daughters of Cain: Dave Zeltserman. His new novel, Small Crimes, is ingeniously twisted and imbued with a glossy coating of black humor.

Read the complete NPR article here.

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