A short, tongue-in-cheek guide to neo-noir movies. Like Pauline Kael only cooler!
Neo-noir (which literally means ''new noir'') is the modern extension of the post-WWII film noir movement. This collection of movie reviews provides a guide to some of the best and worst of these films.
Includes a breakdown of the modern and postmodern neo-noir periods.
This book is the second installment of a series. The first book provides a handy guide to film noir movies. Stay tuned for more guides to the best and the worst movies Hollywood has created.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Debbi Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae mystery series. She's also published two standalone books--a young adult novel Invisible Me and a thriller called The Planck Factor. Debbi's also published Five Uneasy Pieces, a short story collection that includes her Derringer Award–nominated story "The Right to Remain Silent." Her short stories have appeared in various anthologies and publications, including Shaken: Stories for Japan and three of the Chesapeake Crimes anthologies.
Debbi also hosts a podcast called the Crime Cafe, which features interview with crime, suspense, and thriller authors, and more.
A retired attorney, Debbi has also worked as a journalist, librarian, and freelance writer/researcher. She enjoys walking, cats, travel, movies, and espresso--not necessarily in that order.
You can find her online at www.debbimack.com. You can also find her film blog at debbimacktoo.wordpress.com.