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December 16, 2016

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George Kelley

I own over a dozen Pronzini and Greenberg anthologies but not this one. I'll have to track down a copy after reading your fine review. Pronzini and Greenberg anthologies always delivered good short stories and informative introductions. You're both entertained and informed when you read one of their anthologies.

BV Lawson

You are right about being both entertained and informed, George. It may be hard to find a copy of this book, though - I checked on Amazon, for instance, and you can buy a few used copies. But it's no longer in print, and there isn't a digital copy, alas. As always, I start with my local public library!

Todd Mason

Do you think most mystery readers today would find Eric Ambler obscure? A very sad thought...Raoul Whitfield and Manly Wade Wellman could only be undeservedly obscure, but that Ambler might be obscure at all strikes me as as odd as Ngaio Marsh or Georgette Heyer being...oh, you don't mean to say...

While there are plenty of new writers I'm not yet caught up with...

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