|05-02-2011, 12:34 AM||#1|
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Lee, Gypsy Rose: Mother Finds a Body,V1, 1 May 2011
Although the byline is Gypsy Rose Lee, the actual author is Craig Rice.
Rice spent a lot of time with Gypsy at Gypsy's desert mobile home
going over manuscripts.
This title actually follows the earlier G-String Murders, also by Rice.
Craig also ghosted mystery novels for George Sanders and Daphne Sanders.
|10-15-2012, 03:23 PM||#2|
Join Date: May 2012
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Thanks for posting this. I'm fond of the old pulp back cover descriptions. Here's the one from the 1953 Popular Library #547 edition:
GYPSY ROSE LEE HIDES NOTHING!
Gee Gee Graham was red-haired, red hot and ready for anything except the body that someone left in her bathtub. Not that Gee Gee or her roommate, Dimples Darling, Queen of Quiver, had anything against men – so long as they were alive and kicking.
But finding corpses gets to be a specialty for these burlesque babes, and when two more turn up in slam-bang succession you’re off on another murder-a-minute thriller that lets you peek behind the scenes in the strip business and leaves you limp as a discarded G-string!
“Pretty salty reading” – Chicago TRIBUNE
“One of the greatest books ever written.” – Philadelphia NEWS
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