Lawrence Block blasts back with three Matt Scudder classics

Posted: April 16, 2012 in Crime Fiction Books
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CrimezineCrimezine Lawrence BlockCrimezine Lawrence blockCrime Legend Lawrence Block has three out of print books from his Matt Scudder series back in printed form this week: A Stab in the Dark, A Walk Among the Tombstones, and A Long Line of Dead Men, have been out of print for a while now, so buy now while you still got the chance.

ebook enthusiast Block has been boosting the buzz on these tales with his exploits on the Internet and now you can get them in the preferred format of pulp crime lovers everywhere: the paperback.

The books will be available online from Barnes and Noble and Amazon—so don’t throw away your computer just yet—you can also buy them online from Lawrence Block’s Bookstore they’re $16.99 apiece plus $5 shipping. But if you buy the three-book set, they’re yours for $54.99 postpaid. (That’s $49.99 plus $5, for a net savings to you of $10.98.) It’s a deal, it’s a steal it’s sale of the blimmin’ century!

Crimeziners should support Lawrence’s efforts not only is he an truly awesome crimewriter he is a man who cares passionately about books.

http://www.lawrenceblock.com/content_shopping.htm

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Comments
  1. steve says:

    I love Lawrence Block. These are oldies though, I want something new. I love the Keller series — you know the stamp collecting hit man. Though I also cherish the Matt Scudder series too. The whole AA thing, his ex-hooker girlfriend and the way he shoves his tithes in cash into the nearest church’s collection box. I wish I was tagging along with him.

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