RE: RARA-AVIS: ross thomas

Date: 26 Feb 2001

which books, apart from chinaman's chance, feature wu and durant? is there a proper order? ross thomas is by far my favorite of all the discoveries i've made via this list. though i wasn't wild about the bleek book i read
(the brass go-between), i've be totally blown away by all the others that i've read.

thanks for any help. martha <mailto:>

> -----Original Message-----
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> Behalf Of Mark Sullivan

> As for what to read, I always recommend Chinaman's Chance first. I tend
> to like the con job books best, particularly those featuring Wu and
> Durant. This is one of three series Thomas wrote, along with the Mac
> and Padillo books, which lean a little more towards espionage (although
> con jobs and espionage never seem to be too separate in his books) and
> the Phillip St. Ives books written as Oliver Bleeck, about a
> professional go-between. Most of his books do not feature series
> characters.>

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