It's more of a coming of age story than sleaze -- not that I
have anything against writers like Orrie Hitt and publishers
like Beacon and Midwood.
I don't know if anyone has truly authenticated Fires of Youth
as a novel by "the" Charles Williams (1909-1975). It is a
well written book
(not great, but well crafted, just the same) which would lead me to think it is by "the" Charles Williams. On the other hand, it is not a typical Charles Williams book and it was published by a minor publisher, not the kind of publisher Williams or his agent would be likely to place a book with (unless there were some unusual circumstances).
I would theorize it was completely or partially written
before Hill Girl as an early attempt at a serious
firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Elkin
> Re Charles Williams--Anybody read the one (that I know
> of) "sleaze" novel he wrote, FIRES OF YOUTH? And are
> there more in the genre?
> --- Jeff Vorzimmer <jvorzimmer@a...> wrote:
> > Charles,
> > There are a lot of great books, some by Charles
> > Williams, that are in the
> > public domain, which you might consider publishing.
> > Jeff
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