Ross Macdonald transformed the detective novel into a literary expression of unique psychological depth and drama. Here, for the first time in a deluxe three-volume Library of America boxed set, are eleven of his classic Lew Archer mysteries.
Contains: Four Novels of the 1950s
(Library of America volume #264)
The Way Some People Die
The Barbarous Coast
The Galton Case Three Novels of the Early 1960s
(Library of America volume #279)
The Zebra-Striped Hearse
The Far Side of the Dollar Four Later Novels
(Library of America volume #295)
The Instant Enemy
The Goodbye Look
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