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Drive by James Sallis

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Drive, September 2022
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Drive, September 2011
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The Killer Is Dying, August 2011
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What You Have Left, January 2009
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Moth, January 2003
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Black Hornet, January 2003
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Ghost Of A Flea, November 2001
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Eye Of The Cricket, April 2000
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Drive
James Sallis

A Novel

Poison Pen Press
September 2022
On Sale: September 20, 2022
160 pages
ISBN: 1728255775
EAN: 9781728255774
Kindle: B07VPKRBHR
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Mystery Hard Boiled

Originally written in 2005, Drive by James Sallis is the inspiration for the iconic 2011 film starring Ryan Gosling in the role of the man known only as 'Driver', a Hollywood stunt driver by day and a getaway driver by night.

The gritty back streets of Los Angeles are the backdrop for what the New York Times calls "a perfect piece of noir fiction" in which the Driver is double-crossed in a burglary gone horribly wrong.

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