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This is Charles Bukowski's brilliant, fantastical pastiche of a detective story. Packed with wit, invention and Bukowski's trademark lowlife adventures, it is the final novel of one of the most enjoyable and influential cult writers of the last century. Nicky Belane, private detective and career alcoholic, is a troubled man. He is plagued not just by broads, booze, lack of cash and a raging ego, but also by the surreal jobs he's been hired to do. Not only has been hired to track down French classical author Celine – who's meant to be dead – but he's also supposed to find the elusive Red Sparrow – which may or may not be real.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1994

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Virgin, 2009
192 oldal · ISBN: 9780753518175
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Black Sparrow Press, Santa Rosa, 1994
208 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 0876859260

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Charles Bukowski: Pulp

I have read all of Bukowski`s novels and this was the last that I read and the final book that he wrote. His other novels are better but this one is good also, I did not disappointed.
„But trouble and pain were what kept a man alive. Or trying to avoid trouble and pain. It was a full time job”


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If we had talking livers we wouldn't need A.A.

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