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September 14, 2018


J F Norris

One of the best crime writers of her era Potts is sorely neglected and rarely written about these days. I think she's better than Margaret Millar, Charlotte Armstrong and Ursula Curtiss combined. HOME IS THE PRISONER is a very topical book, I think, for our times as it deals with wrongful imprisonment and vigilante style retribution. There's a section about youth and easy access to guns in their homes, too.

Good news if you liked this, BV. Two of Potts books will be reprinted and released in early 2019. I'm involved in the first two-in-one volume. More will follow if Stark House Press can wrangle the rights out of the person they are dealing with.

BV Lawson

Woo hoo! Great news! Thanks for the update and for helping to bring her books to a wider audience. I'll look forward to reading these.

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