What's the Last Book You Read/Finished? - Part 1 Page 1 Chapter 1 Paragraph - Part 4

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  1. squeekness

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    Glad to see someone else that likes REH. I need to get my books out, it's been decades since I read them.
     
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    Likewise! :up: I moved house not long ago and when unpacking decided to reread them for the first time in (I don't know how many) years. The guy was a fantastic storyteller.
     
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    C. Lee I'm not old...I'm ancient

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    I think I have everything he wrote in paperbacks. The 70's and 80's were a great time for publishers to reprint his work. REH is of course best known for his brooding dark characters and plots....but I remember the Breckinridge Elkins stories as being hilariously funny and light. I really need to dig them back out.
     
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    A few years back I managed to lay my hands on a small hardback The Iron Man, a collection of his boxing stories. They're pretty entertaining too.
     
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