Son of Gun in Cheek
Mysterious Press, New York. 1987. Hardcover in jacket. Black cloth over blue boards with red lettering on spine. 229 pages. More of the best of the worst in mystery fiction. I don't know where Pronzini gets all of this stuff, but it's an awful lot of fun.
The blonde strolled to the cabin and unlocked the door. She went in, leaving the door invitingly open. I looked at it and my red corpuscles began to get redder.
(Milton K. Ozaki, Dressed to Kill.)
by Bill Pronzini. The Mysterious Press, New York. 1988. Trade Paperback. 229 pages. (5¼ X 8). This is a reprint of the hardcover edition. (SonofGunPaper)
(Paperback scan and comments by Bob Gaines)