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Reviews by Jon L. Breen As the Mystery Writers of America's annual Edgar Allan Poe Awards approach, consider a new novel from a multiple winner of the fan-voted Anthony, Agatha, and Macavity mystery awards who has never even been nominated for the peer-juried Edgar; a new collection by the writer whose denial of a Grand Master Award in his lifetime is one of Edgar's most notable oversights; a new collection by another non-winner who has, however, been nominated five times in three different categories; and (in the biggest surprise of all) the first mystery novel in 45 years by the very first Edgar winner.
Edgar Allan Poe edited by: James A. Harrison second edition: AMS Press
The prolific author of more than fifty books and numerous short stories, Lawrence Block is a Mystery Writers of American Grand Master, a four-time winner of the Edgar Allan Poe and Shamus Awards, and the recipient of literary prizes from France, Germany, and Japan.
Manuscript, Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia; a short plea from Edgar Allan Poe to John Allan begging for his help.
V'lu spent the days reading Edgar Allan Poe in French.