Just the one copy. A friend of mine borrowed it to read and banged it up, traveling around with it in her purse on a trip. The other was left behind since I did not know the scarcity of the title and have tried my best not to be a pirate.
It''s a great read. Sort of flips the femme fatale convention.
--- On Wed, 11/26/08, Jeff Vorzimmer <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Jeff Vorzimmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: RARA-AVIS: Re: Black Wings Has My Angel
Date: Wednesday, November 26, 2008, 4:55 PM
> This trip to Antwerp, I was looking for one book in particular, Fredric
> Brown's Madball.
This is another title forthcoming from Centipede Press.
> I wandered around and found 2 copies of Elliot Chaze's Black Wings Has My
> Angel. They
> were both under a Euro and I chose the cheaper one since I am more a
> reader than a collector.
> At the time, I did not know the rarity of the title, only that it had been
> recommended on
> Rara Avis and by Bill Crider, I believe, in the Big Book of Noir. When I
> brought my purchase to the
> counter, the owner made me buy the other copy since it was in better
> condition and only like
> 20 Euro cents more.
So . . . do you still have them?
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