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November 12, 2010

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Todd Mason

It is kind of remarkable how many married duos of collaborators have particularly worked in crime fiction, including the Gordons and C. L. Moore and Henry Kuttner, as well as how many two-handed engines (to refer to one of the latter duo's more famous stories) of couples who didn't formally collaborate, but both were on a nearly equal footing as artists in the field, have flourished.

Patti Abbott

Completely new story to me. Thanks for the research.

BV Lawson

There are several best-selling couples today, as you point out, e.g. Bill Pronzini and Marcia Muller, the Kellermans, Tasha Alexander and Andrew Grant, etc. Makes me think I should nudge the hubster and see what we could come up with...

Evan Lewis

Sound good. And of course every book is more attractive in mapback format.

BV Lawson

Re: the Map Back format -- try that with a Kindle!

Paul D Brazill

Tasty cover, that.

BV Lawson

Yes, the original cover was much better than some of the re-issues, but I'm a little puzzled by the woman holding the phone -- in the book, it's a phone call from a man to a man that gets the whole story going...

George Kelley

Love those Mapbacks!

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