Francis M. Nevins

Francis M. Nevins is a professor at St. Louis University School of Law, where he has taught since 1971. In addition to his writings on legal subjects, he is the author of six mystery novels and two story collections. He has edited many mystery anthologies and collections and has written several nonfiction books about the genre. Two of these have won Edgar awards from the Mystery Writers of America. A shorter version of “One Hundred Years of Loneliness” will appear as the introduction to Night and Fear: Twenty Stories by Cornell Woolrich.

  • November 2003: One Hundred Years of Loneliness
    On the rediscovery of noir-progenitor Cornell Woolrich, Raymond Chandler’s step-brother and Edgar Allan Poe’s spiritual grandson.
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