A Companion to Crime Fiction

Charles J. Rzepka

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There is also no dearth of mystery: What is the meaning of the black spot? Unlike the movie, the blend of drama and slapstick failed on TV. Though accepting the modern dictum that one’s language should be simple and direct, Hoch in his plotting is a neoromantic. Andy Kelp. a getaway driver who talks obsessively about the shortest automotive distance between two points. As a refinement step, we propose the use of a 3D graph-cut segmentation.

Pages: 648

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (March 15, 2010)

ISBN: 1405167653

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