Saturday, December 8, 2012

Body Count: The Joe Hannibal Case Files, Vol. I

I began reading Wayne D. Dundee’s Joe Hannibal hardboiled detective series back in the 1980’s. These adventures were tough little gems following in the best tradition of Spade, Chandler, and Hammer. Today, I’m happy to say, Hannibal is still with us and I have had the privilege of even publishing a few tales, like “Apache Fog” that is included in this six-story collection. Highlights here: the first Hannibal short story that appeared in 1982, an introduction by Lynn F. Myers, a complete bibliography to date, and author’s note.

The Joe Hannibal Case Files, Vol. I is available for the Kindle and comes highly recommended from this 30-year-fan.

4 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

I didn't realize Dundee had been writing so long. Sorry I missed finding out about him earlier.

wayne d. dundee said...

Thank you for the kind words, David. Your acceptance of "Apache Fog" and some other stories at BTAP helped revitalize Joe and get him established in his new setting once I decided to relocate him out here to Nebraska with me. Thanks for that, too.

David Cranmer said...

You have lots of catching-up to do, Charles. And those early novels are superb.

Honored to be a small part of Joe's history, Wayne.

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