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The Enormous Hourglass

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Sam Brimmer, temporal detective, and his android time machine solve a case involving kidnap, murder, and the smuggling of modern weaponry back to pre-WWII Nazis.
Mass Market Paperback, first, 154 pages
Published 1976 by Award
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Yes, whenever I want to read something to kill time while I wait for something else to happen (in this instance for movies of mine to very, VERY slowly upload to YouTube), it's a not-particularly-guilty pleasure to turn to Goulart - & I still haven't exhausted his selections yet. Once again, we have the futuristic mutations of 1930s pulp detectives & the usual host of stereotype parody characters - many of wch I really wdn't miss if they were to go away - the faux-gay crime-lord nazi for ...more
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Ron Goulart is a cultural historian and novelist. Besides writing extensively about pulp fiction—including the seminal Cheap Thrills: An Informal History of Pulp Magazines (1972)—Goulart has written for the pulps since 1952, when the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction published his first story, a sci-fi parody of letters to the editor. Since then he has written dozens of novels and ...more