Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Ten of the best dates in titles

At the Guardian, John Mullan named ten of the best dates in titles.

One entry on the list:
Nineteen Seventy-Four by David Peace

Set during the year in question, the first part of Peace's Red Riding quartet follows a crime reporter on the Yorkshire Post as he investigates the bizarre murder of a young girl. He begins to discover that God's Own County is a seething pit of corruption, lust and perverse violence. Welcome to the 70s.
Learn about the other entries on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue