from LEMONS NEVER LIE (1971) by Richard Stark (aka Donald Westlake):
"Westerns," Burnes said. "Earnest Haycox, Luke Short. Some of these newer ones, too. Brian Garfield, Elmer Kelton. Some parts of the country it's tough to find them."
Tebelman said, "Did you read SLIPHAMMER?"
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "cptpipes2000" <cptpipes@...> wrote:
> James wrote:
> > That wasn't long-winded at all. Quite interesting, in fact. I hope
> > you post more often.
> I agree. Thanks for posting that.
> The Master Executioner was what motivated me to seek out more hardboiled westerns. (I must mention that I read it on the basis of the columns James Sallis used to write for the Boston Globe).
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