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Contact Don Collecting San Francisco Mysteries For around a quarter of a century I had a nice little hobby going, collecting crime fiction set within the San Francisco city limits.
Hammett started that one off, of course, but I discovered quite a few other writers I liked in addition to the creator of the Continental Op — Samuel W. Taylor, David Dodge, and Virginia Rath personal favorites among them. Every now and then I would do an article based on the experience of tracking down these books.
I even included a checklist of all the local mystery novels I knew of at the time. For the summer issue of The Argonaut: I did a new version for Firsts: But then what happens but that Bancroft librarian Randal Brandtanother big fan of David Dodge, decides to put up a website devoted to San Francisco area mysteries, keeping it updated as new titles continue to appear.
Do you know a local crime novel not on the list? Just pop it in to Randal and make the quest to gather a complete collection that much more difficult. That immediate onrush of the Forty-Niners created almost overnight a unique American city, rapidly climbing up the hills over the bay.
The spectacle and drama of the earthquake and fire of cinched the enduring romance associated with the name. Only San Francisco, when you consider the matter, seems like the proper place to have served as such a locus for the Beats and the hippies. The recent waves of ambitious dot-commers, which poured in for the digital gold rush, are merely like an echo down history of the fortune-seekers that first put the place on the map of great cities of the world.
For book collectors, San Francisco offers almost limitless opportunities. Volumes about the city itself as one aspect of Western Americana, from the Mission era to this very moment.
The early writings of reporter Samuel Clemens, a. Mark Twain, before he left town to become one of the giants of world literature.
Accounts of the depredations of that desperado from Frisco known by the cool handle of Black Bart. The many titles by San Francisco native Jack London.
So much — hundreds of writers and poets you might collect, and every neighborhood has its stories. I sampled many of the local collecting angles before deciding that gathering shelf upon shelf of mysteries set in San Francisco would be my game.
That novels about crime and detection should attract my attention, however, is no kind of mystery. In I began doing the Dashiell Hammett Tour through the streets of the city, a tribute to the greatest private eye writer ever to live in San Francisco. While here he began writing stories based on his experiences for the pulp pages of The Black Mask magazine.
Before taking off for New York and then Hollywood in the fall ofhe had written most of the novels that have made him a lasting figure in literature — only The Thin Man was written in its entirety after he left San Francisco.
Better yet, because he liked to write about what he knew, Hammett set many of his stories in the city where he was living. Most of his series of three novels and over two dozen short stories and novelettes about a short fat nameless operative for the Continental Detective Agency takes place in San Francisco and environs.Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (also known as simply Cinderella) is a American musical fantasy television film produced by Walt Disney Television, directed by Robert Iscove and written by Robert L.
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