Tag: Nameless Detective


Endgame by Bill Pronzini (Tom Doherty, 2017) Nameless has been in semi-retirement for some years now, sharing his workload and fading ever more into the San Francisco background while colleague Jake Runyon comes to the fore. Having shaped reader expectations, Pronzini here uses the parallel narratives to upend them.    


Zigzag by Bill Pronzini (Forge, 2016) It’s nice to have Nameless back as a sole investigator, even if only within a collection. The two previously published short stories are more vignettes than actual mysteries but the two original novellas offer more intrigue (albeit with less closure than usual).   Add to Anti-Banner