Globalization and the state in contemporary crime fiction : a world of crime / Andrew Pepper, David Schmid, editors
- Machine generated contents note: The Bad and the Evil: Justice in the Novels of Pago Ignacio Taibo II / David Schmid -- Work and Death in the Global City: Natsuo Kirino's Out as Neoliberal Noir / Christopher Breu -- "Local Hells" and State Crimes: Place, Politics, and Deviance in David Peace's Red Riding Quartet / Katy Shaw -- The State We're In: Global Politics and Economics in the Novels of Dominique Manotti / Veronique Desnain -- The Scene of the Crime is the Crime: The Southern Border and the Representation of Violence in Cormac McCarthy and Don Winslow / Casey Shoop -- True-Crime, Crime Fiction, and Journalism in Mexico / Persephone Braham -- The Novel of Violence in Latin American Literature / Julio Souto Salom -- Scandinavian Crime Fiction and the Facts: Social Criticism, Epistemology, and Globalization / Andrew Nestingen -- John le Carre and The New Novel of Global (In)security / Andrew Pepper -- Geopolitical Reality: The Thriller, Global Power, and the Logic of Revelation / Paul Cobley -- US Narratives of Nuclear Terrorism / David Seed.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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