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Ed Lacy
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Dead End

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Doc was stretched out on the cot, fooling with his .38 Police Special. It was an old canvas army cot like mine and soiled by I hate to think what. And of course minus sheets or blankets. Not that we needed them in the muggy room: What we needed was a little clean air.

I watched Doc for a moment. Doc the sharp dresser, Mister Dapper himself. Now he looked seedy. That wasn't
Published (first published 1958)
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What a breathtaking excellent ride.I am wondering why ED Lacy is not that popular.His novels are so engaging ,you can't put them down.I am glad that i stumbled upon ed lacy by chance and he is now my absolute favorite.I have read three,and i wish to finish all his novels within couple of months,because i just can't live without them.
This one tells an exciting tale of down the luck broke army man who is a 'bastard' and made his way to a police detective only to find himself entangled as a fall gu
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Ed Lacy was the pseudonymn of Leonard (Len) S Zinberg, who was born in New York City on 25 August 1925. After his mother and father had divorced and his mother remarried, he spent his early years living in relative affluence in the outskirts of Harlem.

During the late 1920s, he attended the College of the City of New York and then, in the 1930s he travelled throughout the United States where he had
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