Murder Is So Nostalgic
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Murder Is So Nostalgic

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Published June 1st 1972 by Signet
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John Wilson
It was laundry day and Sally had literally nothing else to wear.

There is a first for everything, I guess. A Carter "I Love Exclamation Points!!" Brown book where the lead/narrator is female. It is, of course, plausible that he wrote one or two earlier novels featuring a female protagonist. He wrote approximately 1038 books. Just in one year alone.* But after reading book after book featuring a lecherous private detective or a lecherous television writer or a lecherous con man - all generally bei...more
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Carter Brown was the pseudonym of Alan Geoffrey Yates (1923-1985), who was born in London and educated in Essex.

He married Denise Mackellar and worked as a sound engineer for Gaumont-British films before moving to Australia and taking up work in public relations.

In 1953 he became a full-time writer and produced nearly 200 novels between then and his retirement in 1981.

He also wrote as Tex Conra...more
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