Tag Archives: Tom Hiney

The Raymond Chandler Papers

“Chandler, the premiere practictioner of the American hard-boiled detective novel, elevated the wisecrack into a rhetorical figure somewhere between sarcasm and simile. For the…

Raymond Chandler

“A skillful treatment . . . of the frequently muddled life of the writer who elevated crime fiction to widely acknowledged eminence.” –The New…

On the Missionary Trail

“On the Missionary Trail . . . illuminate[s] the struggles of the nineteenth-century men and women who risked–and often lost–their lives to bring Christianity…