The Bad Samaritan: A Brock Callahan Mystery by William Campbell Gault

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The Bad Samaritan: A Brock Callahan Mystery

'“[Gault] writes with passion, beauty, and with an ineffable sadness which has previously been found only in Raymond Chandler.” —Dorothy B. Hughes, author of In a Lonely Place “A legend in his own time.” —Bill Pronzini, creator of the Nameless Detective series “[Gault] knows that writing well is the best revenge.” —Ross MacDonald  “Keen observation, coherent plotting and fresh, direct writing.” —Bill M. Reilly, editor of Twentieth Century Crime and Mystery Writers “[Gault] can write, never badly and sometimes like an angel.” —Fredric Brown, author of The Fabulous Clipjoint “One of the most rounded and credible creations in the private detective business.” —The New York Times  “Brock Callahan is surely one of the major private detectives created in American fiction since Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe.” —The New York Times'
'“[Gault] writes with passion, beauty, and with an ineffable sadness which has previously been found only in Raymond Chandler.” —Dorothy B. Hughes, author of In a Lonely Place “A legend in his own time.” —Bill Pronzini, creator of the Nameless Detective series “[Gault] knows that writing well is the best revenge.” —Ross MacDonald  “Keen observation, coherent plotting and fresh, direct writing.” —Bill M. Reilly, editor of Twentieth Century Crime and Mystery Writers “[Gault] can write, never badly and sometimes like an angel.” —Fredric Brown, author of The Fabulous Clipjoint “One of the most rounded and credible creations in the private detective business.” —The New York Times  “Brock Callahan is surely one of the major private detectives created in American fiction since Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe.” —The New York Times'
Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road ISBN: 9781453273364 Pages: 184