Re: RARA-AVIS: Three books

From: Jeff Vorzimmer (
Date: 02 Aug 2007

> 3. THE RED RIGHT HAND by Joel Townsley Rogers (1945). Intriguingly
> described as a story with "an unreliable narrator." I think the
> author tried a little too hard to tie the whole story together, and
> the ending is too cute for me. Even so, the first two-thirds fits
> right in the genre, as we try to understand/decipher the narrator.

If you liked Right Red Hand and Night of the Jabberwock, you'd like the Deadly Percheron by John Franklin Bardin, which fits into that subgenre and one I enjoyed even more than the above mentioned books.


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