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December 10, 2010


George Kelley

I have a stack of P.M. Hubbards' books. At one time, I found them everywhere. Now, I rarely see a Hubbard book in a used bookstore. They've vanished. After reading your review, I'll have to dig THE DANCING MAN out of the stack and read it.

BV Lawson

He's definitely got a style all his own. I doubt he'd make it in today's publishing environment, but you never know.

Todd Mason

He'd be writing for specialist presses, I'd his early ghost stories in F&SF, have meant to seek out BOTANY BAY and his other novels...

BV Lawson

You're probably right. I'd like to think that writers who take a thoughtful, slower-moving pace with their stories could still find an audience in this hectic, fast-paced, McWorld.

Patti Abbott

I remember this guy,

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