I've got to cheer the choice of SATAN'S WIDOW. Until the Gryphon reprint it was only printed once, in it's original digest sized form, and it is hard to find. It's a fine title suggestive of who knows what? A sinister woman? This was one of twelve short novels that Whittington sold in 1951. It's nice to see the Gryphon books getting some attention. They deserve it, especially for the printing of the William Campbell Gault novel, MAN ALONE.
David Laurence Wilson
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