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Old 07-10-2007, 06:18 AM   #1
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Rabe, Peter: Dig My Grave Deep. v1. 10 July 07

Another noir paperback novel from the 1950s. Dark, brooding, mytsterious....and full of murder!

Truthfully, I don't know much about this one, so if someone can supply some information, I would appreciate it.

This was originally a Gold Medal paperback, and they put out some GREAT, wonderful, wacky novels during the 1950s. The covers represent some fine low [culture] pop-art from that era and, as such, represent a mysoginistic attitude prevalent during that time frame (and, arguably, an atttitude that continues to this day).

As novels to read, they are quick and fun.

I hope you enjoy it.

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