Re: RARA-AVIS: Roger Torrey's 42 Days For Murder

From: Ed Lynskey (
Date: 11 Nov 2002


Thanks for your positive feedback! I've moved Torrey to come next in my TBR (as soon as I finish Ross Thomas' _Chinaman's Chance_ which is not a 1930s novel).

Ed Lynskey

--- wrote:
> Ed Lynskey asked yesterday for an opinion of 42 DAYS FOR
> MURDER By Roger
> Torrey and it just so happens I finished the novel that very
> day. I had
> picked it out as my 30s decade novel and am so glad I did. It
> turned out to
> be the most enjoyable reading I've done in months. What a
> blast!
> To repeat, from one who loves the old stuff from the 1920s &
> 30s, this is a
> great read.
> Richard Moore


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