Max Allan Collins' Favorite Detective Novels

Over at Flavorwire, Max Allan Collins (The Consummata, Quarry's Ex) talks about ten of his favorite detective novels.
"I could have chosen any one of several dozen Perry Mason novels for this list, but The Case of the Moth-Eaten Mink was my first Mason and the wonderfully alliterative title still makes me smile. The books are much tougher than given credit for, and the cases always hinge on sex, greed or both. The dialogue crackles and no one ever wrote better courtroom scenes than lawyer Gardner." --Max Allan Collins

Read the whole list here.

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