Maybe a natural for Hard Case?
On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 10:34 AM, Jeff Vorzimmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> > Causey wrote me in his later years and asked if I could help him get
> > books back in print at Black Lizard. I liked his work, esp. The Baby Doll
> > Murders.
> > I was in the process of pitching him to Barry Gifford when the line was
> > sold
> > to Vintage Black Lizard. Their interest were mostly in Jim Thompson and
> > David
> > Goodis. Lesser lights had no room there. I much preferred Barry's list
> > with
> > Whittington and Dan Marlowe and Bill Pronzini and of course Peter Rabe
> > etc.
> Barry Gifford had intended to print The Baby Doll Murders and Frenzy but
> then sold out to Vintage. They were titles for which he had applied for and
> received ISBN numbers. The Wikipedia entry for Black Lizard has them,
> erroneously, as being published. Stanford also has files on them in their
> Gifford Collection.
-- Mark R. Harris 2122 W. Russet Court #8 Appleton WI 54914 (920) 470-9855 email@example.com
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