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Re: John Dickson Carr—new but vaguely familiar titles

Not The Bland Barber? Or The 'Hallo' Man? I sense a competition here... extra points for supplying a plot to match the title. Jon. On 28/03/2015 8:31 AM,
Jon Jermey
7:47 PM
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A bit more info on the upcoming GA reprints from Poisoned Pen Press

GADers! Martin, are you on this list? Your name is mentioned in the article...and thanks are due to your work on this enterprise!
Mary Reed
4:28 PM
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FW: UPDATE: New stories added!

... From: onlinepulps@yahoogroups.com The main site can be found at: http://pulpgen.com/pulp/downloads Our most recent additions are listed at:
Monte Herridge
Mar 27
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34509

Re:John Dickson Carr—new but vaguely familiar titles

I once had a dream aboutfinding an unknown book by John Dickson Carr in a used bookshop.  It hasn’t happened in real life (though Igather Douglas Greene
Arthur Robinson
Mar 27
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34508

Re: John Rhode/Miles Burton

Excellent news. Sent from my iPhone Anita
Anita Hoffman
Mar 27
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John Rhode/Miles Burton

With Cecil Street aka John Rhode / Miles Burton / Cecil Waye having passed away in December 1964 that puts him in the Public domain in Canada. With luck
bevis1uk
Mar 27
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Ontos

Website: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/ (498) "Its Literary Significance Is Equivalent Perhaps to That of the Crossword Puzzle": -
Michael Soderberg
Mar 26
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Re: Angel Esquire (1908)

Glad to oblige!  :) Glad to oblige! :)
Alan Cassady-Bishop
Mar 25
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Angel Esquire (1908)

Alan Bishop posted a link to a BBC radio program about Edgar Wallace today. By coincidence, I finished a Wallace book last night, and Alan's post motivated me
Bob Houk
Mar 24
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A jolly good programme

Here's a link to a good BBC Radio 4 Extra programme ... "Edgar Wallace:  The Man Who Wrote Too Much?" Edgar Wallace: The Man Who Wrote Too Much? - BBC Radio 4
Alan Cassady-Bishop
Mar 24
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FW: UPDATE: New stories added!

... From: onlinepulps@yahoogroups.com The main site can be found at: http://pulpgen.com/pulp/downloads Our most recent additions are listed at:
Monte Herridge
Mar 20
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34501

Re: An Ellis Parker Butler Inquiry

Thanks, Doug. Do you know anything about Walt Magen and/or The Ghost Detective?
miketooney49
Mar 20
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Ontos

Website: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/  (494) "Detective-story Addicts May Be Divided, As Roughly As You Feel Like Handling Them, Into Two Classes . . .":
Michael Soderberg
Mar 20
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34499

Re: An Ellis Parker Butler Inquiry

As Chad reported, Coachwhip published the Jane Sprood stories -- not particularly memorable but worthwhile having available. Battered Silicon published a much
dgreene23529
Mar 20
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Re: An Ellis Parker Butler Inquiry

Thanks, Chad. I'll look into that. - Mike
miketooney49
Mar 20
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