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Kurt Reichenbaugh
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A face in the crowd who observes, records and tries to remember.
A face in the crowd who observes, records and tries to remember.

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Death for Sale - Henry Kane
He took one of Carter's cigarettes, lit it, blew smoke at the match to extinguish it. "Understand this, Mr. Winston. I'm not a pug-ugly, not a hoodlum, not a gangster. I perform independently and have no interest or curiosity in the motives of those who ret...
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Death for Sale - Henry Kane
He took one of Carter's cigarettes, lit it, blew smoke at the match to extinguish it. "Understand this, Mr. Winston. I'm not a pug-ugly, not a hoodlum, not a gangster. I perform independently and have no interest or curiosity in the motives of those who ret...
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The Kidnapper - Robert Bloch
"There is no security for the average man today. It is no longer enough to be a good husband, a good father, a good craftsman. If you do not have a Cadillac in the garage, you are a failure. That is the message of modern advertising, that is the standard of...
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She'll Get Hers - John Plunket
Youthful actresses
were thin-faced and gave him the impression that their underwear was dirty.
Shaggy-haired actors were badly mannered and mumbled and sported shrunken Levis
designed to display their limited talents. Jo said they were “method actors”
but K...
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The Dreadful Lemon Sky - John D. MacDonald
“McGee, we’re talking about image here. We’re building an
image people are going to trust. You ought to hear that boy give a speech. Make
you tingle all over. What I wouldn’t want to happen, I wouldn’t want anybody to
come here, some stranger, and try to ma...
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Time of the Great Freeze - Robert Silverberg
Jim hoisted himself over the rim of the tunnel mouth, stepped into the new world, and fought back a surge of panic as he saw the magnitude of it all. Even at night, even by moonlight, it was possible to see how the flat ice-sheet spread out to the horizon. ...
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The Mountain Valley War - Louis L'Amour
The killing of a strong man only leaves a place for another strong man, so it is an exercise in futility. There is no man so great but that another waits in the wings to fill his shoes, so the attention caused by such acts is never favorable. Yet, such men ...
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Horror Double Feature - The Sentinel and Sleep Tight
Ballantine Books, 1977 Oh boy, old fashioned horror stuff going on
here! First off in this post is a “classic” I guess you could say. It’s T he
Sentinel by Jeffrey Konvitz, published in 1974. I give a lot of leeway to
1970's horror novels. Generally they're...
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Harlan Ellison and John D. MacDonald - Gool Old Fashioned Stories
They put the plate in the back of my head and silver pins in the right thighbone. The arms were in traction longer than the legs. The eye, of course, was something they couldn't fix. - Miranda by John D. MacDonald, October 1950, 15 Mystery Stories Fawcett G...
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A Bloodsmoor Romance - Joyce Carol Oates
Amidst the guests, however, no one was more pleasing to the eye, or excited more comment, than the five Zinn daughters of local fame. As we advance more intimately upon the sisters, we will not shrink from taking note of countless small imperfections, and s...
A Bloodsmoor Romance - Joyce Carol Oates
A Bloodsmoor Romance - Joyce Carol Oates
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