RARA-AVIS: Re: Murray Sinclair?

From: Richard Moore (moorich@aol.com)
Date: 23 Mar 2009

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    Hubin's CRIME FICTION IV bibliography covers through 2000 lists one additional novel to the two you mention: GOODBYE, L.A. that was published in hardcover by Black Lizard in 1988. I remember seeing it as it was the first hardcover I'd seen from Black Lizard but I didn't buy it. Hubin says he was born in 1950.

    As for least-famous Black Lizard writer, Sinclair was better known than Njami Simon, author of COFFIN & CO.

    Richard Moore

    -- In rara-avis-l@yahoogroups.com, "Mark D. Nevins" <nevins_mark@...> wrote:
    > Can anyone tell me anything about Murray Sinclair, who has several titles in the Black Lizard line?
    > I can't find anything on the internet, other than info for a Canadian judge whom I assume is not the same person. Brief reviews or opinions of his books (ONLY IN L.A. and TOUGH LUCK L.A.) would also be appreciated if anyone is up for it.
    > Is Sinclair the least-famous "Black Lizard" writer?
    > Thanks,
    > Mark Nevins

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