Re: RARA-AVIS: Another GM book

From: Mark Sullivan (
Date: 08 Aug 2002

Al wrote:

"Gil Brewer provides a variation on the unknown dead woman theme when the protagonist of "Play It Hard" wakes up in bed with an unknown live woman, who claims to be his wife."

Not exactly the same, but somewhat similar, in Dan J Marlowe's Never Live Twice a man suffering from amnesia after his attempted murder does not remember his wife, who was behind the attempt. By the way, that last was not a spoiler. It is known to the reader from the outset. Marlowe has more than enough other things going on to heighten the suspense.


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