The Complete Cases of Max Latin

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The Complete Cases of Max Latin

The Complete Cases of Max Latin Back in print Enjoy the adventures of Max Latin the detective who doesn t want to be a detective Author Norbert Davis mixed the classic hard boiled style with humor making Max Latin unique in pulp f

  • Title: The Complete Cases of Max Latin
  • Author: Norbert Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Back in print Enjoy the adventures of Max Latin, the detective who doesn t want to be a detective Author Norbert Davis mixed the classic hard boiled style with humor, making Max Latin unique in pulp fiction Appearing for only five stories in Dime Detective, this new edition restores all the original John Fleming Gould illustrations and includes an authoritative introducBack in print Enjoy the adventures of Max Latin, the detective who doesn t want to be a detective Author Norbert Davis mixed the classic hard boiled style with humor, making Max Latin unique in pulp fiction Appearing for only five stories in Dime Detective, this new edition restores all the original John Fleming Gould illustrations and includes an authoritative introduction by fellow Dime Detective scribe, John D MacDonald.

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    One thought on “The Complete Cases of Max Latin

    1. Tomq on said:

      This is a book you can judge by its cover: it's good clean old-fashioned fun. The characters are memorable (especially Guitterez), the stories are fast-paced. The writing is not always perfect, but it is at times extraordinarily witty and funny, and it is never pretentious or irritating. The whole thing reads effortlessly.

    2. Julie Davis on said:

      These are hilarious in the offbeat way that Norbert Davis's "Doan and Carstairs" novels are. Instead of a short, round detective who looks nice but is not, we have Max Latin who is long, lean, and has cold, green eyes. Instead of a gigantic Great Dane partner, there is a lunatic, brilliant chef who owns a dingy diner because customers drive him insane so he's always trying to drive them away with bad service and surroundings. Max Latin's office is a booth at the back of this diner and the give-a [...]

    3. Joel Borden on said:

      Great short stories. Well defined characters, good action, and fun.

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