For as much about Wade Miller as you might want to know, check out
THE AUTHORS WHO WERE WADE MILLER: Robert Wade and Bill Miller.
A One-Two Punch: The Author Duo of Wade Miller, by Ed Lynskey.
Informal Checklist, by Ed Lynskey & Steve Lewis.
The Man Who Was Thursday, by Marv Lachman.
The Max Thursday File, by Gary Warren Niebuhr.
The Early Wade Miller, by Richard Moore.
The Later Wade Miller - Reviews by Bill Crider & Ted Fitzgerald.
Interview with Mr. Robert Wade - Conducted by Ed Lynskey, Steve Lewis & Bill Pronzini.
The Hardcover Gallery - From the collection of Bill Pronzini.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "nyoung1uk" <raymond.tait@...> wrote:
> The only two Wade Miller's I have read were Deadly Weapon and Branded Woman. Both very good and very different. I have no idea whether they are typical or above or below average quality for a Wade Miller. Deadly Weapon had a 'nice' twist as I recall and was the darker of the two.
> --- In email@example.com, Mark Sullivan <DJ-Anonyme@> wrote:
> > Devil May Care and Guilty Bystander are two favorites of mine, too.
> > Mark
> > > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > > From: tom@
> > > Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2009 20:30:31 +0000
> > > Subject: RARA-AVIS: Re: Harlequin
> > >
> > > it's easy enough to start with the three currently in print ("Branded Woman" from Hard Case, and "The Killer"/"Devil On Two Sticks" from Stark House). All three are great reads. After that I read two of the Gold Medals including "Devil May Care" and one of the Signets ("Guilty Bystander"). I haven't hit a dud yet.
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