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Fredric Brown
Birth date: October 29, 1906
Died: March 11, 1972
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Themis-Athena's Garden of Books
Themis-Athena's Garden of Books rated it 1 month ago
A day late (though hopefully not a dollar short), here's my "second bingo week" summary; and it's a summary of a much better week than the first one turned out to be. (So, yey!) For one thing this is due to the books, all of which were either outright winners or at least enjoyable on some level or...
bestwineforlast
bestwineforlast rated it 11 months ago
This book follows the lives of a group of people for one year who work in an office in Cincinnati, Ohio from the years 1922-23, from the start of a young man's employment there until he leaves. All his fellow employees don't know much about each other outside of work, but the book goes into each of ...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 11 months ago
Despite my taking such a long time to read this relatively short collection of mysteries, I enjoyed it quite a bit! These mysteries were originally published back between the early 40's and the early 50's. As such, they contain language and slang of the time. This made them even more of a hoot tha...
Moonlight Murder
Moonlight Murder rated it 1 year ago
Tigus - I definitely didn't hate it. Everyone else: well, that was quite the blood bath! This was, indeed, the perfect book for Creepy Carnivals. I have a love-hate relationship with hardboiled noir style fiction. I loved The Bride Wore Black and I hated The Thin Man. This falls in closer to th...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 1 year ago
This is a short story collection that might be best described as within the off-kilter section of the hard-boiled detective genre. There's humour, an Arsenic and Old Lace reference (which I suppose would have been pretty current when it was written), and a lot of people trying to get away with murde...
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