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Dead Drunk and Crazynew

James Crumley’s novels are brutal, ironic, psychotic and sly. The men are scheming, hard-bitten and as tough as a rattlesnake convention. The women are even worse.
Jackson Free Press  |  JC Patterson  |  06-03-2005  |  Fiction

Tough-Guy Author Returns with New Mysterynew

Several years ago, while penning his latest exploration of (very) bad behavior, Crumley was hospitalized for 28 days. Upon his release, it took what seemed like ages to recover, both physically and creatively.
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  06-01-2005  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

A Heavy Pournew

Unlike many of today’s crime writers, wedded to their research and well-documented auras of realism, James Crumley understands that a lot of exaggeration goes a long way when you want to capture the essence of a place.
Missoula Independent  |  John Freeman  |  05-13-2005  |  Fiction

Deep in the Heart of Missoulanew

To mark the release of James Crumley's new novel "The Right Madness," the Independent asked author William Kittredge to write about his longtime friend and colleague.
Missoula Independent  |  William Kittredge  |  05-06-2005  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

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