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The Big Nowhere

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere (UK 2011)

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1950s Los Angeles: The City of Angels has become the city of the Angel of Death.
Communist witch-hunts and insanely violent killings are terrorising the community. Three men are plunged into a maelstrom of violence and deceit when their lives become inextricably linked as each one confronts his own personal darkness...

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere. Windmill Books, ISBN: 9780099537878 (June, 2011), 476 p., £8.99.

 

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The Big Nowhere

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere (UK 2005)

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1950s Los Angeles: The City of Angels has become the city of the Angel of Death.
Communist witch-hunts and insanely violent killings are terrorising the community. Three men are plunged into a malestrom of violence and deceit when their lives become inextricably linked as each one confronts his own personal darkness.

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere. Arrow, ISBN: 0099366614 (November, 2005), 496 p., £8.99.

 

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The Big Nowhere

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere (USA 1998)

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Los Angeles, 1950
Red crosscurrents: the Commie Scare and a string of brutal mutilation killings. Gangland intrigue and Hollywood sleaze. Three cops caught in a hellish web of ambition, perversion, and deceit.

Danny Upshaw is a Sheriff's deputy stuck with a bunch of snuffs nobody cares about; they're his chance to make his name as a cop... and to sate his darkest curiosities. Mal Considine is D.A.'s Bureau brass. He's climbing on the Red Scare bandwagon to advance his career and to gain custody of his adopted son, a child he saved from the horror of postwar Europe. Buzz Meeks-bagman, ex-Narco goon, and pimp for Howard Hughes-is fighting communism for the money.

All three men have purchased tickets to a nightmare.

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere. Warner Books, ISBN: 0446674370 (May, 1998), 406 p., $13.95.

 

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The Big Nowhere

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere (UK 1994)

From the Publisher:
1950s Los Angeles: The City of Angels has become the city of the Angel of Death.
Communist witch-hunts and insanely violent killings are terrorising the community. Three men are plunged into a malestrom of violence and deceit when their lives become inextricably linked as each one confronts his own personal darkness.

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere. Arrow, ISBN: 0099366614 (February 1994), 472 p., £5.99 (?).

 

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The Big Nowhere

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere (USA 1988)

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Los Angeles, 1950. Red crosscurrents: the Commie Scare and a string of brutal mutilation killings. Movieland leftists on a collision course with a grand jury investigation team. A young homicide detective obsessed with capturing a murderer of unparalleled viciousness -- even though the price may be horrific self-revelation. Gangsters and cops and fixers and Hollywood grotesques in a noir novel of epic scope and depth.

The Big Nowhere is the story of three men caught up in massive web of ambition, perversion and deceit. Danny Upshaw is a Sheriff's deputy stuck with a bunch of snuffs nobody cares about; they're his chance to make his name as a cop -- and to sate his darkest curiosities. Mal Considine is D.A.'s Bureau brass, climbing on the Red Scare bandwagon to advance his career and to gain custody of his adopted son -- a child he saved from the horror of postwar Europe. Buzz Meeks -- bagman, ex-Narco goon and pimp for Howard Hughes -- is fighting Communism for the money. All three have purchased tickets to a nightmare.

The Big Nowhere is dark, brutal, tender and powerful; it is a remarkably vivid portrait of a remarkable time and place. With his best-selling The Black Dahlia, James Ellroy established himself as the modern master of noir fiction; The Big Nowhere establishes him as a major American novelist.

James Ellroy: The Big Nowhere. A Crime Novel. Mysterious Press, ISBN: 0892962836 (September, 1988), 406 p., $19.95 (?).

 

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