--- In email@example.com, "Juri Nummelin" <juri.nummelin@...> wrote:
> I think almost every country of the world has produced its own literature
> that's set in the US, despite there are bound to be lots of mistakes. You
> should be proud of that! German and Finland had Jerry Cotton, the FBI agent,
> for example, and Dale Bogard's (I think his real name was Paul Enefer) novel
> is just one example, and perhaps not even the worst amidst all the other
> stuff British hacks wrote throughout the 20st century.
> Maybe Americans should stop writing about other countries? How many writers
> who wrote books about Africa have been there? Maybe we should stop writing
> science fiction - you know, not that many has been in space. And what about
Aarons wrote about many places. Apparently he had not been to those places. Ross Thomas, I am not so sure that he hadn't been...
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