--- In email@example.com, "Michael S. Chong"
> Set in a carnival, Madball is one of my favourite Browns but they're
all good. He had a way of writing that even when the situation was unlikely Brown made it seem real and visceral.
I agree. He was a superb writer. Not sufficiently recognized, it
seems. What I mean is that if JDM and Rex Stout deserve to be in print
massively (as they are), so does a guy like Brown. Brown had a lot of
variety, was entertaining as well as stylish... great suspense.
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