RARA-AVIS: Pocket books

Juri Nummelin (jurnum@utu.fi)
Fri, 26 Nov 1999 17:01:59 +0200 (EET)

I found in the used book store these books which seemed like appropriate stuff, but didn't know anything about them. Are these worth a try:

Robert Patrick Wilmot: Murder on Monday (1952; with Steve Considine in the lead) Arthur Mayse: Perilous Passage (1949) Ted Mark: Room at the Topless (1967; "The Man from O.R.G.Y.", sex parody of the spy genre) Vin Packer: Dark Intruder (1952) (I know Vin Packer by name, but this didn't seem like a crime novel) Warren Carrier: The Bay of the Damned AKA A Hell of a Murder (1957) Louis Malley: Stool Pigeon (1953)

I bought one Peter Styles by Judson Phillips, two William McGiverns from the seventies, "Brass Halo" by Jack Webb and James Cross's "Roots of Evil" (just because it has been translated - I know nothing about Cross).

Juri jurnum@utu.fi

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