Tuesday, November 19, 2013
OK, so maybe there are only 21 works included in Pulp International’s new collection of vintage paperbacks with titles from around the globe. It’s my bet that, had the editors looked further, they could surely have come up with more. Which isn’t to say that the selections, as presented, aren’t excellent. They are. I’m especially fond of the fronts from Thomas Walsh’s Nightmare in Manhattan, Jerry Weil’s Naked in Paris, Richard Collier’s Pay-off in Calcutta, and Thomas Sterling’s Murder in Venice, the last of which I’ve talked about on this page before.
Posted by J. Kingston Pierce at 4:08 PM