Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Pulp stories as plot device

From: Ed Lynskey (
Date: 06 May 2008

--- ssshapir <> wrote:
> 'Blackmailer' by George Axelrod (published by Hard Case Crime)
> is set in the publishing world -- the protaganist is an
> editor. It parodies Hemingway and Monroe and is also a
> tribute to 'old Hollywood'. Funny, fast, and cunningly
> plotted.
Robert Bloch's SPIDERWEB (from HHC) is also set in Hollywood. A great noir involving blackmail.



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