What drives the current interest in
noir fiction is that the stories validate our worst fear. There are no longer
any heroes who will ride to the rescue, put things right between those in
conflict. What has happened to the heroes who rose above the crowd to serve the
large community interest? Or did those people always live deep in mythology and
not the real world?
I write a crime series about a
private eye, Vincent Calvino, who works inside a system of vanished heroes. Many
of the Calvino readers like the realism of the novels and critics have commented
on their authentic insight into Thai culture.
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