RARA-AVIS: Help on Article About Narc Fiction

From: JIM DOHERTY ( jimdohertyjr@yahoo.com)
Date: 11 Aug 2004

I'm working on an article about the depictiono f narcotics and drug enforcement in police procedurals. I'm devoting a section of the article to short stories and I need some leads on where to find some.

If any of you know of, or have written, or have edited an anthology or collection or issue of a magazine, that included a story in which the protagonist was a narcotics cop (local, state, federal, or foreign) please let me know where I can find it.

So far I've got Raymond Chandler's "Pick-Up on Noon Street," Michael Gilbert's "Source Seven" (aka "Heroin 1968"), Thomas Flanagan's "The Customs of the Country," Robert Twohy's "Narc in Love," and Jim DeFilippi's "Water Tower Hill."

Thanks in advance for any help.


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