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Williams, Charles: River Girl [noir]. v1. 22 July 07
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(Reformatted by me to my specifications.)
This is not the Charles Williams of Inklings fame [J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.] This Charles Williams is a hard-hitting noir paperback writer from the 1950s.
I've differentiated between the two Williams with the use of the [noir] tag as part of the Header Title.
Here's a quote about this author and book:
"Of the Fawcett Gold Medal writers of the 1950's glory years, there was no one more consistent than Charles Williams. And that includes John D. MacDonald. Decades later, when asked who he thought was the most overlooked writer from that period, MacDonald said Charles Williams."
I hope you enjoy this.
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