mrt said: "I was thinking about this while reading or rereading several
novels during the past month, fine works that have little in common
thematically... but all feature the extremely clear and focused writing that
was so characteristic of Hammett... books like Connelly's _The Scarecrow_ ,
Bill Crider's _Booked for a Hanging_, Jack O'Connell's _The
Resurrectionist_, as well as the Gores novel we're discussing."
That's mighty heady company to find myself in! Thanks.
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