The John Franklin Bardin omnibus

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Penguin, 1976 - Fiction - 602 pages
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Brings together three crime novels written between 1946 and 1948 that originated from nightmare experiences and are noted for their hallucinatory intensity of feeling and treatment of morbid psychology

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User Review  - Tom Lichtenberg - Goodreads

Bardin (as well as John Fante) was like a bridge between Dashiell Hammett and Philip K. Dick, between Raymond Chandler and David Lynch. He's hard-boiled, yet psychedelic, traditional yet wildly futuristic. The three novels contained in this volume are all pretty stunning. Read full review

Review: The John Franklin Bardin Omnibus

User Review  - Dan - Goodreads

Thrillers that make employment of psychoanalytic concepts to chilling effect. Enjoying Bardin's work may require some suspension of intertextual knowledge: while some of the things he represents in ... Read full review

Contents

Easy Money
19
Gift Horse
33
A Question of Motivation
47
Copyright

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