Sunday, March 25, 2012

PaperBack


Arthur Lyons, All God's Children, Ballantine, 1975




8 comments:

  1. A great cover on a good book by a writer who deserves to be better remembered.

    Cheers,
    Jeff

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  2. I like Lyons' work a lot. I'm running another cover tomorrow.

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  3. Count me as another Lyons fan

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  4. Anonymous11:34 PM

    I'm a Lyons fan too and I also enjoyed Jonathan Valin's Harry Stoner series from this time period.

    Cameron

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  5. Anonymous8:11 AM

    A pity that Ballantine Suspense (and Ballantine Horror) didn't do better as lines.

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  6. That's Todd Mason, above, who remembers the Lyons name, but I don't think I've read the fiction yet...

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  7. Trying a third time to actually post, as opposed to being show a posting which vanishes like a dustcloud in a WB cartoon, that the reference to the Above above was to a ghost-post that lamented that the Ballantine Suspense line of the 1970s, like the Ballantine Horror line, didn't flourish more hardily than they did...

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  8. I've rescued the comments from the spam folder, Todd.

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