Paradox Men, The, by Harness, Charles

For a book written after the pulp era, from an author that seems pretty deeply rooted in the pulp movement, and which really relies quite strongly on pulp motifs, this book in the end has some real transformational qualities to it, even though it was a bit repetitive in places. Harness was a very capable writer from the Golden Age who for some reason managed to elude fame. He is one of those great unknowns I am always talking about, though he is far from one of my favorites. Originally a law[…]

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