Hardboiled Detective Fiction
Hardboiled Detective Fiction is a gritty and dark visual style that emerged in the 1920s and gained popularity in the 1930s and 1940s. It is characterized by its tough, cynical, and realistic portrayal of crime and its protagonists. This style became famous for its depiction of private detectives, usually male, who operate in a corrupt and violent society. The stories often revolve around murder, mystery, and betrayal, featuring fast-paced action, tough dialogue, and morally ambiguous characters.
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SOMETHING in the style of Hardboiled Detective Fiction