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Old 07-16-2007, 10:40 AM   #1
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Lacy, Ed: Breathe No More My Lady. v1.5 18 July 07

Addition: Released under a Creative Commons license at
http://www.munseys.com/detail/mode/author/ed_lacy
Version 1.5 signifies this.

(Reformatted by me to my specifications.)

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Tired of the mundane? Looking for murder? Do you feel a need to walk down steamy, deserted streets in the Naked City?

Then this book may be exactly what you need: A noir paperback original from the 1950s, where the nights were always dark - and the daytime, too - where beer joints were on every corner and the booze flowed like a river of blood in the searing heat of day; and at night, the sounds of passion spread like a wave of anguish and forlon hurt that seared the hearts and souls....well, ok, you get the idea!!


Here's a brief quote on this book:

"[Ed Lacy] wrote the paperback original Breathe No More My Lady...as a satire 'proving that writers take themselves far too seriously.'"

I hope you like it.

Don

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