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Short stories including: "It's a Lousy World", "Death of a Nobody", "One of Those Cases", "Sin Island", "Private Eye Blues", "The Pulp Connection", "Where Have You Gone", "Sam Spadeundefined", "Dead Man's Slough", "Who's Calling", and "Booktaker.
The big, sort-of-sloppy, brew-loving P.I. opens up his files on some of his most fascinating cases.
Here are 10 stories and two novelettes, giving Nameless fans a page-turning potpourri of his toughest and most dangerous adventures. Case File is a 12-pack to be popped open and enjoyed on an off-duty afternoon.
So sit back and spend some time with one of America's favorite P.I.'s who has caught more criminals - an imaginations - than any other gumshoe in recent American fiction.
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- sci teacher
Good intro to Nameless Detective Series
4/5 Stars Case File by Bill Pronzini
Short Stories starring the Nameless Detective
Narrated by Nick Sullivan
Run Time: 7 hrs and 45 mins
A series of short stories featuring a nameless detective around the 1970’s (I think).
- Not naming the MC is kinda lazy, but that’s the hill the author decided to defend. Whatever. At least there’s an attempt at an explanation in the beginning.
- It’s interesting to have something set in the relatively recent past. This isn’t Victorian England or the Wild West, it’s late 20th century but before cell phones and the internet. Computers are just starting to be a thing. That features heavily in one case.
- Like any old school Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys story, if you listen to enough of these you can probably start predicting the outcomes. The author manages a few surprises, but not many.
- Clean reads.
- There isn’t that much character development, but that’s because short stories don’t necessarily lend themselves to knowing everything there is to know about a character.
Good enough to make me want to seek out more by the author.
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- Susan Patterson
Loved all the short stories!
The short stories move quickly and hold your attention throughout!
Nick Sullivan did a great job narrating.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
- Ellen Oceanside
Inside look on his cases, giving us the scoop. Enjoyed hearing more details of his work. Good narration given audio for my voluntary review
amazing I Enjoyed this audio book very much from start to finish great story line too
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.