--- In email@example.com, Jeff Vorzimmer <jvorzimmer@...> wrote:
> Coincidentally I also just picked up The Spy Who Was Three Feet Tall,
> but it was Hard Case Crime's recent reprinting of Stop This Man! that
> got me back on Rabe like a bad habit. It's not great, but not a bad
> first book. About half way through it almost seems as if he's
> starting another novel--a story within a story. Now that I'm 3/4 of
> the way through, I'm wondering how he's going to tie it all together.
> But I am enjoying it.
> I realized that between HHC, Black Lizard and Stark House all of
> Rabe's first 10 novels have been reprinted and 15 of his first 19
> novels, as well, so there are a lot of used copies of Rabe's books
> around. With that many books still around it's hard to call him semi-
Thanks for pointing that out. I have seen only a few reprints at stores. I'm glad that Hard Case Crime has reprinted something by Rabe. Stop This Man! is a good one. I have the original, next in line to be reread.
I figure I could get rid of everything but old Gold Medals and have a great literary time for a long time. It's a positive thought.
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