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In-text: (Abbott, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Abbott, M., 2003. "Nothing You Can't Fix": Screening Marlowe's Masculinity. Studies in the Novel: The Legacy of Raymond Chandler: Neither Tarnished nor Afraid, [online] 35(3), pp.305-309. Available at: <https://www.jstor.org/stable/29533583> [Accessed 8 January 2022].
In-text: (Andrew and Phelps, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Andrew, L. and Phelps, C., 2013. Crime fiction in the city. 1st ed. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp.1-5.
In-text: (Kincaid, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Kincaid, A., 2010. "Down These Mean Streets": The City and Critique in Contemporary Irish Noir. Éire-Ireland, [online] 45(1), pp.39-41. Available at: <https://muse.jhu.edu/article/392743> [Accessed 8 January 2022].
In-text: (Kinosian, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Kinosian, J., 2019. Review: Thriller 'Your House Will Pay' confronts the legacies of L.A. riots. [online] Los Angeles Times. Available at: <https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/books/story/2019-10-11/steph-cha-your-house-will-pay> [Accessed 8 January 2022].
In-text: (Rauscher, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Rauscher, J., 2014. Grasping Cities through Literary Representations. A Mix of Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches to Analyze Crime Novels. Historical Social Research: Special Issue: Spatial Analysis in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Towards Integrating Qualitative, Quantitative and Cartographic Approaches, [online] 39(2), pp.68-69. Available at: <https://www.jstor.org/stable/24142683> [Accessed 8 January 2022].
In-text: (Scaggs, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Scaggs, J., 2005. Crime fiction. 1st ed. London: Taylor & Francis Group, pp.55-77.
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