Nameless detective books in order

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nameless detective books in order

Nameless Detective Series by Bill Pronzini

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Published 10.02.2019

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Nameless Detective Series

Nameless Detective Series. In a master stroke or maybe just a happy accident , Bill Pronzini never got around to giving his private eye protagonist a name. He then turned around and made him such a well-rounded, finely-drawn character that a name was superflous. He's the detective as Everyman. Middle-aged, out of shape, content with a cold beer and one of his beloved pulp… More. Book 1. The Snatch by Bill Pronzini.

Books in this Series

Top Five Crime Novels

The Nameless Detective has taken many cases over the years… and this is one for the books. Or rather, two cases that will test his agency's resources. Love is in the air Zigzag is an original novella, in which When Nameless is hired by Cory Beckett, a beautiful young woman who claims to be a model, to find her missing brother, Kenneth, it seems to be a routine matter.

After nearly 40 novels plus plenty of short stories , the series is still ongoing. Note: Twospot was co-authored with Collin Wilcox. The novel Double was co-authored with Marcia Muller. Shop Worldwide: Amazon. Hoping to stumble upon a new author or series? You can click these links and be sent to a random series or a random author.


  1. Alexandra A. says:

    The Nameless Detective series is a series of mystery and thriller novels written by the multiple award winning author from Petaluma, California, United States.

  2. Quillen Z. says:

    Publication Order of Nameless Detective Short Stories

  3. Porameddi says:

    Nameless Detective is the protagonist in a long-running mystery series by Bill Pronzini set in the San Francisco area. The first novel, The Snatch, was published.

  4. Marcos B. says:

    What was the first memory given to jonas what was the first memory given to jonas

  5. Eftusotro says:

    In a master stroke (or maybe just a happy accident), Bill Pronzini never got around to giving his private eye protagonist a name. He then turned around a.

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