RARA-AVIS: Martin Brett

From: Anders Engwall ( Anders.Engwall@uab.ericsson.se)
Date: 22 Sep 2000

Etienne Borgers:

> [...] Martin Brett, British by
> birth but who became a Canadian citizen. He later
> lived in Europe.
> He wrote very pleasant HB novels (end 50's and 60's),
> some of them heavily tinted by humor(I've red a bunch
> of his novels).

Ah, that's one name I've intended to ask about. I certainly enjoyed the one of his novels I've read, THE DEADLY DAMES, a somewhat Chandlerish P.I. story set in Montreal. No humour here, though.

Didn't he also write as Malcolm Douglas?

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