Regular visitors to this site will know that I’m a big fan of Ed McBain’s 87th Precinct mysteries (all my reviews are posted here). Now Amazon publishing, under its Thomas & Mercer imprint, is re-releasing the entire series on Kindle. 35 of the volumes were made available in December and the remainder hopefully will become available as early as next moth. For full details on these, visit the Kindle 87th Precinct booklist.
Their Perspectives on McBain page is also well worth perusing as it offers short essays on his legacy by such major writers as Stephen King, Lawrence Block, Charlotte Elkins and Peter Lovesey. To celebrate these new reprints I was asked to write a guest blog over at the Kindle Post site. Having already reviewed the first dozen books in the series, I chose to write briefly on the next two entries, See Them Die (1960) and Lady, Lady, I Did It (1961).
To read my guest blog, click here or on the Kindle covers above.
N.B. For rights reasons, these editions are not available in the UK.