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The Rap Sheet’s latest installment of crime-fiction news includes notes about a forthcoming Raylan Givens novel, the latest edition of Down & Out: The Magazine, the search for a new Perry Mason, the winners of Australia’s Davitt Awards, favorite “Columbo” episodes, and much more.
Bullet Points: Post-Getaway Edition
Bullet Points: Post-Getaway Edition
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New York City private eye Mike Hammer -- without help from either Pat Chambers or Velda -- makes his previously unpublished debut in "Killing Town," the latest collaboration by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins.
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Celebrating the art and history of everyone's favorite murder mystery graphic representation: the Dell "mapbacks"!
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A second helping of Dell "mapbacks" -- the 15 vintage covers I wasn't able to include in my new piece for CrimeReads.
Let Us Now Praise Mapbacks
Let Us Now Praise Mapbacks
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Part of a series honoring the late author and blogger Bill Crider.
PaperBack: “Brown’s Requiem”
PaperBack: “Brown’s Requiem”
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Because I needed a Carter Dickson fix ...
Because I Needed a Dickson Fix …
Because I Needed a Dickson Fix …
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We finally have a synopsis of the plot for Philip Kerr's final Bernie Gunther novel, "Metropolis," due out in April 2019.
http://therapsheet.blogspot.com/2018/07/readying-gunthers-swan-song.html
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“About the Birth of Philip Marlowe,” the concluding chapter in Julian Symons' beautifully illustrated 1981 book, "Great Detectives," finds Symons questioning a Los Angeles private eye he believes was Raymond Chandler's model for Marlowe.
The Man Who Would Be Marlowe
The Man Who Would Be Marlowe
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Happy 36th birthday to Yvonne Strahovski, who played lissome and sometimes lethal CIA agent Sarah Walker on NBC's "Chuck." http://therapsheet.blogspot.com/2018/07/cant-this-spy-get-some-birthday-cake.html
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Unlike last year, when the occasion caught me off-guard, I knew to prepare this time around, and put aside the softcover front showcased below specifically for its present use.
Happy National Paperback Day!
Happy National Paperback Day!
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