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(15)Website: http://carrdickson.blogspot.com/ (513) A Noir Film (or Maybe It Isn't) That Isn't Noir (or Maybe It
(3)John, I am a big fan of Wildside Press, and I recommend all GAD fans give your site (http://www.wildsidepress.com/) a visit and browse around. I am
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(4)Thanks for the warm welcome back. "TomCat." ;) On Thursday, April 16, 2015 4:25 PM, "'S. T. Karnick' email@example.com [GAdetection]"
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(3)You can watch some of those movie adaptation at YOUTUBE On Thursday, April 16, 2015 10:01 AM, "Mike Detlefsen firstname.lastname@example.org [GAdetection]"
(3)This is from Ramble House, which has been promising it for April delivery - just showed up on their site as well. I've already ordered it and expect to receive
(4)On 30 March 2015 at 22:17, email@example.com [GAdetection] < ... I've read a few of his Richard Chandos thrillers and they're outrageous fun. Pre-WW2
(4)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,
(5)Thanks, Doug. Do you know anything about Walt Magen and/or The Ghost Detective?
(6)Nice to see familiar faces here (well, virtually, anyway). Wish I would be seeing some in reality at LCC, but it is not to be. Barbara
(7)I agree. films, TV and theatre productions more often than not feel compelled to alter a perfectly good story. I shall watch the play with interest and
(3)The anthology does sound interesting. I have to be in London for a few days soon so I'll go to the British Library and have a look at the full collection.
(12)On 5 March 2015 at 03:14, firstname.lastname@example.org [GAdetection] < ... Yep. Even surveys that are not specifically designed in order to mislead can be
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