firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen D. Rogers"
> --- In email@example.com, "Raymond Tait" <raymond.tait@>
> > Michael Carlson also did the obituary of Richard Prather in the
> Guardian - it only took them six weeks to get that one in last year.
> > http://www.guardian.co.uk/obituaries/story/0,,2044906,00.html
> Prather as a thriller writer? I know
> the PI novel is supposedly in a slump,
> but still....
It is my impression that the term "thriller" is used more
broadly than in the United States. For example, the back
jacket copy of a 1961 book in Boardman's Bloodhound Mystery
line, one of the most active British publishers of U.S.
mystery and PI novels, celebrated its tenth anniversary:
"First Bloodhound authors were Henry Kane HANG BY YOUR NECK
and Fredric Brown MURDER IN MOODLIGHT. Today they are still
writing top-notch thrillers; their latest being PRIVATE
EYEFULL and KNOCK THREE-ONE-TWO respectively."
Perhaps one of the UK members of the list can speak to this
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