Murder Like Crazy

Nevins Jr., Francis M.
July 1977
New Republic;7/30/77, Vol. 177 Issue 5, p25
Focuses on the life and works of novelist Harry Stephen Keeler. Theme of his novels; Date of his death; Samples of his works; His background; Education of Keeler; Theme of his first novel, "The Voice of the Seven Sparrows"; Creativity in his early novels; Publication of his anticipation of "Catch-22" in two volumes as "The Defrauded Yeggman" and "10 Hours."


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