Wed, 18 January 2012
As an award-winning crime writer, Matt Rees has studied the greats of the genre and lectured about how they do what they do. Here he takes his three favorite openings to crime novels -- including "Red Harvest" by Dashiell Hammett, "The Little Sister" by Raymond Chandler, and "The Saint-Fiacre Affair" by Georges Simenon -- and examines what makes them great. Either as a writer or a reader, you'll be intrigued by his analysis.
Direct download: The_Man_of_Twists_and_Turns_Episode_10.mp3
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