RARA-AVIS: Re: More Gerald Kersh

From: Douglas Greene ( dgreene@odu.edu)
Date: 11 Jun 2002

Since you ask -- Crippen & Landru will publish Kersh's Karmesin: The World's Greatest Thief -- or Most Outrageous Liar in its "Lost Classics" series. The book is edited and introduced by Kersh expert, Paul Duncan.

Incidentally, "Lost Classics" will contain only uncollected short stories
(not novels) by authros of the past. Among the volumes scheduled is William Campbell Gault's Marksman and Oher Stories, including all the Joe Puma short cases.


Douglas G. Greene Professor of History Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA 23529-0091 Phone 757 683-3949

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