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French Eyes


Brad Spurgeon 1997 essa remains one of the most definitive, online English-language guides to the subject, complete with transcribed interviews with many of France's best hardboiled writers, and other movers and shakers of the scene. "For me," he said, "...never having read anything more recent than Simenon or Malet, I saw this as a great learning opportunity. I passed a year of explosive discovery!

If you're feeling a little lost about some of the French terms used on this site, check this out.

List respectfully compiled by Kevin Burton Smith. A gros merci to Marcel Bernadac for his invaluable assistance.

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