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|Paperback 1999||R 484||In Stock.|
|R 719||In Stock.|
|Paperback 2004||R 1,146||In Stock.|
"The New York Trilogy" is the series that made "New York Times"-bestselling author Paul Auster a renowned writer of metafiction and genre-rebelling detective fiction. The "New York Review of Books" has called his work "one of the most distinctive niches in contemporary literature." Moving at the breathless pace of a thriller, these uniquely stylized detective novels include "City of Glass "in which Quinn, a mystery writer, receives an ominous phone call in the middle of the night. He's drawn into the streets of New York, onto an elusive case that's more puzzling and more deeply-layered than anything he might have written himself. In "Ghosts," Blue, a mentee of Brown, is hired by White to spy on Black from a window on Orange Street. Once Blue starts stalking Black, he finds his subject on a similar mission, as well. In "The Locked Room," Fanshawe has disappeared, leaving behind his wife and baby and nothing but a cache of novels, plays, and poems.
This Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition includes an introduction from author and professor Luc Sante, as well as a pulp novel-inspired cover from Art Spiegelman, Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic artist of "Maus" and "In the Shadow of No Towers."