Articles about movie
Two recent books cover the association Hollywood studios had in the 1930s with Nazi Germany. The studios complied with the Nazis to not film anything negatives about the German party, or show anything positive about Jews. This continued until 1939.
Novella and novelettes are perhaps the perfect story format. They are short, up to 120 pages and can be read in one sitting. With a story this short, there are no wasted words, no rambling discourses and no filler. They are concise and to the point with nothing extra....
Steven King made this comment about crime pulp writer Jim Thompson. "The guy was over the top. The guy was absolutely over the top. Big Jim didn't know the meaning of the word stop. There are three brave lets inherent in the forgoing: he let himself see everything, he let himself write it down, then he let himself publish it.” Thompson was the darkest of the pulp noir writers.
This is an article about the Scandinavian mystery writers Jo Nesbo and Karin Fossum.
Russian literature is regarded as a dark trip that probes the depths of the human soul and mind. Russian literature is seen as deep and depressing because a common theme is that suffering is the road to redemption. Character names are formidable. With all that, these books are very rewarding to anyone who reads them.
This is about the Scandinavian mystery writers Maj Sjowall, Per Wahloo and Henning Mankell.It gives an overview of their books and style.
Tom Dula, pronounced Dooley in North Carolina, was a 22-year-old Civil War veteran hanged for murder in 1868. The events that brought him to that end is the source of legend, song and film. Before the Civil War, Tom Dula was involved with a woman named...
Karin Alvtegen and Johan Theorin are two Scandinavian mystery writers who are becoming popular in the United States. Their books are translated into several languages and have been worldwide best sellers.
This article is about the Scandinavian mystery writers Anne Holt and Hakan Nesser. It is about their books and style.
Jazz in the late '50s and early '60s was divided by the coasts. The west coast was regarded as cool, while the east coast was considered as hard, or real, jazz.