> what prather books are considered his best? i've
never read him and would
> like to start with the good ones.
Someone must've replied to this, but I've found almost
anything by him very amusing. There are very hilarious
moments in such books as "Strip for Murder"
(1955), "The Meandering Corpse" (1965) and "Slab Happy" (1958).
> also, thanks for the browne suggestions, i'm going
to try to find THIN AIR.
I haven't read it myself and thought that someone would
recommend it, but his last, "Pork City", is regarded very
highly. It's part fiction, part document.
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