Revue de presse
"'A mesmerising study of the psycho-sexual obsession...extraordinarily well written' The Times
"'One of those rare, brilliantly written books you want to press on other people' Time Out
"'A wonderful tale of ambition, insanity, passion and deceit' Publishers Weekly
"'A unique voice in American crime writing'
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Critical acclaim for The Cold Six Thousand:
Présentation de l'éditeur
Los Angeles, 1th January 1947: a beautiful young woman walked into the night and met her horrific destiny. Five days later, her tortured body was found drained of blood and cut in helf. The newspapers called her 'The Black Dahlia'. Two cops are caught up in the investigation and embark on a hellish journey that takes them to the core of the dead girl's twisted life.
The first part of Ellroy's crime fiction masterwork, the LA Quartet, and based around a real murder case, The Black Dahlia pulses with violence, darkness and brutality. It is crime writing at its most powerful.