What is most remarkable about Norbert Davis and his style of writing is how funny the story is, and how quickly the comedy can change into sudden violence.
Hardboiled Monday: The Mouse in the Mountain
To reach the village of Los Altos, for example, Doan must take a sightseeing bus loaded with other typical American tourists, including the rich heiress to a flypaper company and a family with one of the brattiest kids this side of the comic strips. The laughter stops, however, at least momentarily, when they arrive and within minutes Doan must shoot an escaped fugitive in the mouth.
Within days many more funny incidents have occurred, and so have several more deaths not including the earthquake. Following the article are several home photos of Davis and a complete bibliography, including his short fiction. Thanks for the review. I have been interested in this series but I have not read any of the stories.
Davis is one of those writers who is a pure joy to read. Doan and Carstairs are a unique and memorable team. I have yet to read the other two books in the series, but have them all thanks to Rue Morgue Press.
- La Verdad (Mundodisco 25) (Spanish Edition).
- Can Mountain Dew Really Dissolve a Mouse Carcass? - Scientific American.
- I Am the Mountain Mouse by Gianna Marino: | konspatseeci.tk: Books;
- Self-Portrait with Saskia;
- Pride and Prejudice (retold from the Jane Austen original).
Come to think of it the Bail Bond Dodd stories have not been reprinted. Through blogs like this one, more and more people get info about the pulps, and realize what a cultural value, as a mirror of their time, but also of man as such, they are. Doc, you are right about the possibility of pulp fiction being literature.
- The Mouse In The Mountain!
- What The Mountain Taught the Mouse;
Arthur Sullivant Hoffman, the editor of ADVENTURE, firmly believed that there was no reason that well written action and adventure fiction could not qualify and compare favorably to other forms of literature. Doc, if only we could have convinced some of the pulp writers. CanAlaska acquired the property by staking in and based on the results of field observations, regional geophysics and historical work.
It consists of seven mineral claims with a total area of ha. The Mouse Mountain showings are easily accessible from Quesnel, 12km to the East, along highway 26; the northern end of the property is at the same distance form Quesnel along highway Upper Triassic Nicola Group volcanics and volcanosediments surround the intrusives.
Mouse Mountain is a typical alkali porphyry Cu-Au deposit with stockwerk, veinlets and dissemination of pyrite, chalcopyrite, bornite and magnetite.
A DCIP survey carried out in does not appear to have been used systematically to guide drilling.