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Bill Pronzini & Martin H. Greenberg, Galahad Books 1982. The Oxford Book of Jewish Stories, ed. Ilan Stavans, Oxford University Press 1998. The Lawmen, ed. Bill Pronzini & Martin H. Greenberg, Fawcett Gold Medal 1984. Great Stories of the American West II, ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Berkley 1997. Wild Westerns: Stories from the Grand Old Pulps, ed. Bill Pronzini, Walker 1986. More Wild Westerns, ed. Bill Pronzini, Walker and Co. 1989. PROSIMO, LISA (chron.
stories from the grand old pulps. The laughter of Slim Malone, Max Brand. Hopalong sits in, Clarence E. Mulford. Doan whispers, William MacLeod Raine.
Bill Pronzini, Martin Harry Greenberg. Bill Pronzini was born in Petaluma, California on April 13, 1943. His book Snowbound received the Grand Prix de la Litterature Policiere, as the best crime novel published in France in 1988
Bill Pronzini, Martin Harry Greenberg. His first novel, The Stalker, was published in 1971. He is best known for his creation of the Nameless Detective Mystery series, as well as several westerns and novels of dark suspense. He has been a full time writer since 1969. His book Snowbound received the Grand Prix de la Litterature Policiere, as the best crime novel published in France in 1988. Pronzini has established himself as a master of the Western novel as well as earning a name for himself in the dark fiction genre. Unbridled Spirits: Short Fiction About Women in the Old West, ed. The Fatal Frontier, ed. Ed Gorman & Martin H. Greenberg, Carroll & Graf 1997. The Captives, (nv) Argosy Feb 1955; also as The Tall T ;. The Second Reel West, ed. Greenberg, Doubleday & Co. 1985. Judy Alter & A. T. Row, Texas Christian University Press 1994. You Never See Apaches, (ss) Dime Western Magazine Sep 1952.
In this work we find the writings of Max Brand, Clarence E. Mulford, William MacLeod Raine, Luke Short, W. Ryerson Johnson, Dan Cushman, . DeRosso, Thomas Thompson, Frank Bonham, Les Savage, and Elmore Leonard. This is like a who's who of the dime novel thriller
Bill pronzini series: John Quincannon. Plump, nondescript Theodore Conway works as a file clerk in a Manhattan law firm. Scenarios - A Collection of Nameless Detective Stories.
Bill pronzini series: John Quincannon. His passion is collecting memorabilia related to the pulp-fiction heroes of his youth, especially The Shadow. Then one day this quiet little man learns that he, too, has the supernatural power "to cloud men's minds" and fight crime under the cloak of invisibility. A Shamus Award-winning Author. Few characters have the loyal readership of Bill Pronzini's "Nameless Detective.
And the styles run the gamut from the Hemingwayesque to Wodehousian whimsy. You may now begin, if you haven't already, to partake of this slumgullion of mine.
Cover Design By: David Dodd And the styles run the gamut from the Hemingwayesque to Wodehousian whimsy. I hope you find it a savory blend, up to and including the fiftieth and final morsel.
An anthology of action-packed tales of the Old West, all originally published by the pulp magazines, feature works by Max Brand, Elmore Leonard, Frank Bonham, Dan Cushman, and others.