Wednesday, January 24, 2007

The Novels of E. Howard Hunt

The newspaper articles that appeared when E. Howard Hunt died barely mentioned his writing career. So I thought I'd do my part by posting a slideshow of the covers of the books I have. You can see it right here.

5 comments:

Duane Swierczynski said...

Excellent slideshow, Bill. I've read a few Robert Dietrich novels and really enjoyed them. (I still find it amazing that a CPA could be a hardboiled lead character...) Art Bourgeau at Whodunnit in Philly turned me on to them.

Richard Heft said...

You don't have GM 297, LOVERS ARE LOSERS? And here I keep telling people on the street that this man Crider has a solid Gold Medal collection!

I remember quite enjoying HOUSE DICK. If that novel's titular character had only worked at the Watergate, history might have been different.

Bill Crider said...

Sorry to disappoint, Richard. I guess I'll have to look for a copy of that one.

Kent Morgan said...

This afternoon at our Children's Hospital PB sale I came across a Pinnacle edition from 1974 titled From Cuba, With Love. Just checked it against your slide show and after doing so noticed that it was formerly titled Ring Around Rosy.

Bill Crider said...

I think Pinnacle reprinted several of Hunt's books around that time. I didn't buy any of them, however.