RE: RARA-AVIS: Dennis Lynds & Crippen & Landru

From: Brian Evankovich (
Date: 27 May 2005

Hi, Douglas. Neat the hear about the Black Mask material... but is the Paul Cain project you mentioned the long-awaited (by me) 14 Slayers? Thanks for the update. --Brian

>From: Douglas Greene <>
>Subject: RARA-AVIS: Dennis Lynds & Crippen & Landru
>Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 12:27:41 -0400
>As Dennis knows, we (meaning I) at Crippen & Landru have not published as
>quickly as we (meaning I) had hoped. Because my wife now watches our
>grandson, and my son actually found a paying job (with benefits, even) I
>have been on my own at C&L, while also continuing to teach full-time.
>We are not closing up shop, or anything like it, but we have gotten behind
>on our commitments. We have just published anew Lost Classic -- Philip S.
>Warne's WHO WAS GUILTY? TWO DIME NOVELS and a volume in our regular series,
>Terence Faherty's THE CONFESSIONS OF OWEN KEANE. Ellery Queen's THE
>and following that book will be (at long last) Dennis's SLOT-MACHINE KELLY.
>Say, late summer for Dennis' book.
>I'm far behind on the second Erle Stanlay Gardner collection as well.
>And we have now heard that the Black Mask material may soon come to us,
>which will mean new collections by Paul Cain, Frederick Nebel and Norbert
>Douglas G. Greene
>Professor of History
>Old Dominion University
>Norfolk, VA 23529-0091
>Phone 757 683-3949

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