RARA-AVIS: Ashkenazy

From: juri.nummelin@pp.inet.fi
Date: 09 Mar 2008

Eric C:

"I have a book called 'The LIves of Harry Lime ' by 'Orson Welles and others'. Its a volume of short stories about the Harry Lime character. [Pocket Books 1952] The authors listed are, 'Welles, Sigmund Muller,Robert Cenadella, Joseph Cochran, Carl Jampel, Jonquil Anthony, Virginia Cooke, Peter Lyon, Bud Lesser and Irwin Ashkinazy."

At least Irvin Ashkenazy (I think that's the correct way to spell it) is a real person and a real writer - mainly a radio and TV writer, but also an occasional short story writer. He was also an actor. I think he's been credited with having pseudonymously written a Saint story for Charteris. I can't remember any details, though.

How's Welles's story? (Someone could do a little book and collect all of Welles's fiction writing, as I understand there are bits here and there. Maybe with the dubious MR. ARKADIN.)


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