Sunday, March 25, 2012

PaperBack


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




8 comments:

J. Kingston Pierce said...

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

Cheers,
Jeff

Bill Crider said...

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

Marsdon said...

Count me as another Lyons fan

Anonymous said...

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

Cameron

Anonymous said...

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

Todd Mason said...

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

Todd Mason said...

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...

Bill Crider said...

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