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If you like noir, I highly recommend it, especially if you’re interested in the history of it and how its elements came to be; Bardin is an important part of the psychological side of the noir equation, and this book seems to be a fine example of his style If pwrcheron like mysteries—particular the ones which have the bizarre, hallucinatory qualities of a good 40’s film noiryou should give The Deadly Percheron a try. Sep 13, Timothy Percneron rated it really liked it Shelves: Mar 16, Bill Hsu rated it it was ok.
This started off exceptionally strong, with a very bizarre premise which was handled in a logical, clinical tone fittingly, as the protagonist was a psychiatrist. Jun 01, M.
But he swears he isn’t the killer. In the real world.
EL PERCHERÓN MORTAL – improvisación sónica
Her mortap was long, loose, in lovely disarray. He never became very popular until a British audience rediscovered him in the s. Oct 15, Guy Salvidge rated it it was amazing. Open Preview See a Problem? Sometimes it’s wearing flowers in his hair, sometimes it’s giving away quarters. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
A leprechaun, not the three inch tall Irish variety, but the American 3 foot tall variety, pays him to wear a different flower in his hair every day.
El percheron mortal / The Deadly Percheron
Aug 20, Brent Hayward rated it liked it. While there are clues throughout the story I didn’t guess the murderer. May 05, Ana rated it liked it Shelves: And like any good mystery you don’t find out until the last page.
For most of the novel I was unsure as to whether George Matthews or John Brown was an entirely reliable narrator, but that was fully resolved in the end. Bardin resided thereafter in New York City until his death.
There is a vague mention of a horse. I really really hated this one! Matthews accompanies him to a bar one night to meet one of the little men.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. You only find out what happened after the doctor remembers something.
The young man, named Jacob Blunt, tells the good doctor that he is going insane. Then things get much weirder: Little men keep paying him money to do ridiculous things. The edition depicted here not my own features a Salvador Dali painting on the covers that is clearly intended to suggest a certain surreal quality to it all. Another girl sat more stiffly beside her–a small, neat, childlike creature with percheronn curls and an open, innocent look in her blue eyes.
The Deadly Percheron by John Franklin Bardin
It was kind of like walking through green smog, but it smelled nice, like a joke, or carnival food. View all 3 comments. Amnesia, though, as a plot device, is about perchrron recommended as time travel.
Para todos aquellos lectores amantes de la novela negra. Darker, more complex, even more chilling. The money he’s paid is good, but the little men keep wanting him to do stranger and stranger things.
Published December 1st by Millipede Press first published