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Hunter and Hunted: The Ed and Am Hunter Novels (Frederic Brown Mystery Library)

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Fredric Brown was a popular American pulp writer whose work appeared in mystery and science fiction magazines of the 1930s through the 1960s. Hunter and Hunted: The Ed and Am Hunter Novels, Part One reprints four of his mystery novels that originally appeared in the period from 1947 to 1950. The novels included in chronological order in this volume -- The Fabulous Clipjoin

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Hardcover, 640 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Stewart Masters Pub Ltd
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Riju Ganguly
This book is one of the finest collection of mystery novels from a single-author who was never part of the hard-boiled trio, and even then had carved his own niche in the genre that, at times, seemed to outshine even his "mother" base, i.e. science-fiction. It is a genuine tragedy that the publisher went kaput after releasing this single volume of Frederic Brown Mystery Library, since it clearly shows that had they persevered in their venture we, the mystery lovers, were in a for a treat. The no...more
Miguel Oquendo
The allure with the works of Brown is that he weaves complexity with what seems preposterous and improbable. So much that the journey to the end of the story takes many turns and distractions making it possible for you to one day pick up the book again and realize that though you slightly remember (not much) how it ended you can't make heads or tail out of how it arrived there and you are, as a result compelled to read the book again (several times). This is is what feature grew fans for Brown,...more
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Mar 14, 2009 Julie rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Julie by: 100 Favorite Mysteries of the 20th Century
Just read the first story "The Fabulous Clipjoint".
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Fredric Brown was an American science fiction and mystery writer. He was one of the boldest early writers in genre fiction in his use of narrative experimentation. While never in the front rank of popularity in his lifetime, Brown has developed a considerable cult following in the almost half century since he last wrote. His works have been periodically reprinted and he has a worldwide fan base, m...more
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