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This is one I need to find(not to mention the othe...

2009-04-03T11:04:00.000-05:00

This is one I need to find(not to mention the other one). I don't think I've read any non-westerns by Brand.



What a nice little history. I just can't imagine b...

2009-04-03T09:40:00.000-05:00

What a nice little history. I just can't imagine being able to slip seamlessly through genres as Brand (and you) do.



Other than the pure pulp fun you describe, here's ...

2009-04-03T09:17:00.000-05:00

Other than the pure pulp fun you describe, here's the one reason why I'd love to read this book: he wrote an espionage story about things he didn't yet know (Maginot Line). Like you said, the Germans had no difficulty passing it in 1940. And there are plenty of books since 1940 that could have had plots like this one. But to have this plot *before* it happened is gold...especially now that we