That's less bad than I expected, Bill. I'll try the first
one, too. From what I can see, he takes the plots from the
Phila. newspaper headlines, and I'm wondering if he did one
Joy, who notes that there's a hard-boiled plot in the
newspaper every day in those little one-paragraph crime
Bill Crider <
> Joy, I read the first book in this series (originally
> published under some other name; Dugan, I think). The
> writing was just mediocre, but the story was OK. However, I
> was never moved to read any of the other books.
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