RARA-AVIS: RE: John Franklin Bardin

From: Duane Spurlock ( duane@emazing.com)
Date: 27 Nov 2002

Robison Michael R CNIN < Robison_M@crane.navy.mil> wrote:

<< By the way, who is John Franklin Bardin?

Al Guthrie answered succinctly in a response to your question. And if you check the Rara-Avis archives, you'll find some past discussions about Bardin that have occurred on this list.

My brief discription of Bardin's work would be "part Cornell Woolrich, part James M. Cain." His characters are plagued by their own psychology and by the way some villain manipulates that psychology.

Penguin Books published some of Bardin's books a few years ago, as well as an omnibus volume. Check Abebooks.com and Amazon's listings for those. And THE DEADLY PERCHERON is available now from Poisoned Pen Press.

- Duane

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