Conrad Johnson
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"Hello, Am Pamilar, I really want to have a good friendship with you. i have something special i want to discuses with you. You can get back to me, directly to my e-mail. frpamilar@yahoo.co.uk"
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Detective Fiction: The Devil is in the Details

Ever since Edgar Allan Poe wrote "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" in 1841, starting a new trend in fiction, countless readers have enjoyed stories of unsolved crime. From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to contemporary authors such as Cormac McCarthy and Walter Mosley, detective, or crime fiction, has evolved in technique and style, but can it truly be labeled a genre?Northrop Frye explained the difficulty of defining genres. He claimed that "the basis of generic distinctions in literature appears to be…See More
Oct 30, 2012
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"The voices in my head are telling me to stay home and clean my guns today."
Oct 30, 2012
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Hometown:
Detroit
About Me:
I grew up in Detroit city. Not the suburbs. I made it out alive and everyday since then has been gravy.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Publisher, Editor, Critic
Website:
http://johnbyk.blogspot.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Dennis Lehane, Elmore Leonard, Gamal Hennessy, Anonymous-9, Cormac McCarthy, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rebecca Forster.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Saint John of Las Vegas, Adaptation, You Kill Me, The Salton Sea, Kill Me Again

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Detective Fiction: The Devil is in the Details

Ever since Edgar Allan Poe wrote "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" in 1841, starting a new trend in fiction, countless readers have enjoyed stories of unsolved crime. From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to contemporary authors such as Cormac McCarthy and Walter Mosley, detective, or crime fiction, has evolved in technique and style, but can it truly be labeled a genre?

Northrop Frye explained the difficulty of defining genres. He claimed that "the basis of generic distinctions in…

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At 11:16pm on January 12, 2013, pamilar said…

Hello, Am Pamilar, I really want to have a good friendship with you. i have something special i want to discuses with you. You can get back to me, directly to my e-mail. frpamilar@yahoo.co.uk

 
 
 

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