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Dial elsewhere for murder

“Will the American thriller go the way of the American automobile?” asks Alexander Narazyan Detective-with-smoke-flippedin The Daily Beast.   “Is it possible that the entire Anglo-American world offers too narrow a scope? That even the work of whiskey-swilling private eyes has been outsourced? In one word, yes.

He explains:  “This past winter, I read four genre novels of the thriller/suspense/crime variety. Two were American, two were from abroad. They further confirmed my suspicion that good things are happening. They’re just happening elsewhere or yesteryear.”

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