Coincidentally and related to the last. is Mitch Ansara. His is one-year old today. In some ways those book covers started the "Things Reimagined As Other Things" movement, or at least really fueled the fire. Oh, and Mitch played a for us last season too.
"I could've greatly expanded this inventory by qualifying crime novels that merely feature flaxen-haired lovelies on their covers, but decided to limit myself to
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