Finders: Justice, Faith, and Identity in Irish Crime Fiction
Irish crime writers resist many of the stereotypical devices of the genre, weaving first-hand perspectives of history, politics, violence, and social climate together with characters who have richly detailed experiences. Babbar shines a light on how Irish noir has established a new approach to a longstanding genre.
- Syracuse University Press
- 288 pages
- United States
- Literary studies: general