—Philip Nore, Reflex, 1980, by Dick Francis
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I’m a sucker for a good PI tale, and while Goldman may not break any new ground in this, the fourth in the series, he inject
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“A prompt man is a lonely man.”
—Bryan Hurd, Split Images, 1981, by Elmore Leonard