Case in point, this volume of short stories from the 1930s and 1940s by the American crime writer Joel Townsley Rogers (1896-1984), the second such volume by him that Ramble House has done: Killing Time. This book carries huzzahs from Ed Gorman, Bill Crider and Bill Pronzini, which should tell you something.
|not a sci-fi collection, but rather|
mystery stories tinged with horror
Check in later today, I really should have this full piece up by this afternoon. Expect to see a few more pieces in the following week, despite the fact that my editing of the collection of essays in honor of Doug Greene is keeping me heavily occupied (more on this soon too).