Me, too! Recently I picked up one to get Brian Freemantle's Charlie Muffin
USA, one of this great espionage series I hadn't read. Unfortunately, the
others were a supposedly humorous spy story that didn't age well and an
English-style suspense tale I gave up on early. But one good book for 50
cents is pretty good!
Todd Mason wrote:
> And I'm always happy to take up a DBC triple-decker with a familiar,
> reliable writer in it, with the hope of being impressed by onr or
> both of the others.
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