Steve Miller wrote:
> Forgive me if this has been discussed already, but I
was wondering if
> anyone knows of a series in which some books are written in first person
> and others in the same series are written in third. I'm not, by the way,
> referring to the third-person prologue that precedes the first-person
> narration in the body of the story.
There are books in the Nick Carter series that are written in
the third person and books that are written in the first
person. Robert Randisi's "The Greet Summit", one of the best
in the series, is a very hardboiled novel and totally in the
first person. Other Carters Randisi wrote (there are six or
seven) are in the third person.
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