By Laura Lippman
Brand-new tales through: David Simon, Laura Lippman, Tim Cockey, Rob Hiaasen, Robert Ward, Sujata Massey, Jack Bludis, Rafael Alvarez, Marcia Talley, Joseph Wallace, Lisa Respers France, Charlie Stella, Sarah Weinman, Dan Fesperman, Jim Fusilli, and Ben Neihart.Laura Lippman has lived in Baltimore such a lot of her lifestyles and she or he may have spent much more time there if the editors of the sunlight had agreed to rent her previous. She attended public faculties and has lived in numerous of the city’s designated neighborhoods, together with Dickeyville, Tuscany-Canterbury, Evergreen, and South Federal Hill.
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Okay,” Tom said. “Listen, Ruth Anne? ” “As a matter of fact I do. She’s living downtown. I wrote her name and number on a piece of paper for you. The part I told you about her divorce, coming home? That was the real deal. ” Tom said, as they drove away from the moonlit sewer. “No shit,” Ty echoed, turning down the Alameda and stepping hard on the gas. “But if I were you, Tom, this time I wouldn’t say a word about it to your mom. She’ll try to sabotage it again. ” “Yeah,” Tommy said, suddenly flooded with a terrifying euphoria.
She just recently came back to the old neighborhood. ” “I am not,” Ty said. “Been through a lot of tough stuff, kiddo. Got divorced and ended up limping back to town. ” He knew that he sounded like the hopelessly smitten teenager he’d once been, but after his third Jack Daniel’s he didn’t care. Ty smiled and rubbed his shoulders again. “I promised you a surprise, old buddy, and that’s it. ” “Hey, that’s great,” Tommy said. His head was spinning and he suddenly felt another rush of pure affection for Ty.
Across Union Square from Mencken’s house, a boy named Russell Baker grew up. On nearby Stricker Street, Dashiell Hammett lived for a while as well, a trifecta of talent that should put Southwest Baltimore on any map of literary landmarks. As for Baltimore’s noir pedigree—it was here that Hammett worked as a Pinkerton agent, reporting to an office in the Continental building, a downtown high-rise that happened to feature a decorative motif of carved falcons. Painted gold now, but thought to be black in Hammett’s time.
Baltimore Noir by Laura Lippman