RARA-AVIS: Re: The Hard-Boiled Classics

From: Duane Spurlock (duane1spur@yahoo.com)
Date: 12 Jan 2009

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    "djpenfold2003" djpenfold2003@yahoo.co.uk djpenfold2003 wrote:

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      also i would like to put a woolrich on this list but i find his short stories so much more satisfying than his novels so i will stick with the collection 'nightwebs'
      I agree about the comparison between Woolrich's novels and stories. I prefer the short work.
      By the way, Tom Roberts at Black Dog Books has a volume of interest to Woolrich fans -- maybe just Woolrich completists, but still, it IS Woolrich:
      THE GOOD DIE YOUNG—And Other Early Stories of Romance By Cornell Woolrich Edited and with an introduction by Gene Christie 35 uncollected works by this master of suspense!
      - Duane


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