Thursday, March 24, 2011

Death and the Good Life by Richard Hugo (1980).

The Neglected Books blog looks at the mystery Death and the Good Life about an ex-cop investigating the murders of two victims by ax. It's written by Seattle-born Richard Hugo (1923–82)—poet, University of Montana professor, and self-described "world's worst bombardier" during World War II (qtd. in Dictionary of Literary Biography).

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