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Library U Humanities Series: A Nicer Kind of Murder - The Evolution of Crime Fiction
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A Nicer Kind of Murder – The Evolution of Crime Fiction. Crime writer Matthew Sullivan traces the many influences on the postwar and modern eras of the mystery genre.
A Nicer Kind of Murder - The Evolution of Crime Fiction. Presented by Matthew Sullivan, writing teacher and crime novelist. From Poe and Sherlock Homes to British cozies and hardboiled pulps, author Matthew Sullivan traces the many influences on the postwar and modern eras of the mystery genre and shows how empathy plays a unique role in contemporary crime novels—especially in today’s literary mysteries.
Part of Library U's Spring 2022 Humanities Speaker Series. Co-sponsored by theView more
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As of now, the speaker is planning to attend in person. The series is free, but space may be limited for social distancing. Masks and proof of vaccination will be required, and the sliding doors to the adjoining main library can be opened for more room.
1270 Madison Ave. N., Bainbridge Island, WA