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Old 07-10-2007, 04:33 AM   #1
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Gunn, James: Deadlier Than The Male. v1. 10 July 07

A good 'ole 1950s pulp novel, with murder, mayhem, gals, and gams. I love these types of novels from the 1950s paperback era, especially as a break from my post-modernist and classics reading.

I haven't read this one yet, but I found this quote:

"An odd, screwball mystery that begins in Reno with the grisly murder of a middle-aged woman and her young lover. The action moves to San Francisco and gets truly bizarre. A memorable scene—and another murder—takes place out in the 'San Francisco dunes.'"

I hope you like it.


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