Ross Macdonald doesn't need me to defend him, so I won't bother. All I'll
say, as I've said before, I'm sure, is that when I read one of his books as
mere youngster, I knew right then and there that I'd read everything else I
could find by him. And I did. I believe it was Anthony Boucher who said
that Macdonald's plots were like a fishhook in the mind. Maybe for a lot of
you that's not true, but it was certainly true for me.
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