Martians and misplaced clues: the life and work of Fredric Brown
Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 312 pages
Along with the discussion of the work are details of the author's unusual life, from his early years in Cincinnati through the Depression years in Milwaukee, then to a bohemian life living in various towns in the Southwest. Brown's career as a writer was colorful and varied, and Martians and Misplaced Clues places him squarely in the middle of the most irresistible and consistently enjoyable writers of his time.
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