Re: RARA-AVIS: Bill's Definition, last of Helm, F Brown, Ellroy show

John Woolley (
Tue, 2 Mar 1999 17:21:07 -0700 (MST) writes:
> I also just read Fredric Brown's His Name was Death.
> [...] This short Brown novel from the 1950s reads like it
> should've been a long short story.

Brown possibly felt the same way; at any rate, he condensed it
into a short story, which was published in the December 1958
issue of Swank under the terrible title of "Who Was That Blonde
I Saw You Kill Last Night?" Dennis McMillan republished it
in a collection with the same title in 1988, one of his long
series of Fredric Brown pulp stories.

-- Fr. John Woolley

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