Not all Raymond books are Factory novels.
The Crust on its Uppers is not, and in my opinion is not as
good as the factory novels. As Mark (I think) pointed out,
Not Till the Red fog is not a factory novel, and again does
not rise to their heights - it has some frankly poor back
plotting on atomic espionage, but I do think that the factory
and maybe even the Sgt make an appearance. A state of Denmark
is a political thriller/dystopian/orwellian what have you -
see earlier reference to V for Vendetta. I like it very much
but it's not a Factory (ie Poland Street Police Station)
novel. Sorry, am I getting finickety? The tragedy of help is
that it never comes - DR Colin
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