1. Getting relaxed to read a couple of books?

    All the Girls Were Willing. Alan Marshall (pseudonym of Donald E. Westlake). Millwood Publication #28, 1960. Rader cover art.

    Great early Westlake sleaze about Phil Crawford, a young actor in Greenwich Village theater. He tries unsuccessfully to not become a womanizing heel.

    Westlake was himself a struggling Greenwich Village actor for a brief stint in the 1950s.

    “The role was theirs - if they were willing to pay the price”

     
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    I still need to track down one of the Marsh novels of Don Westlake. I bet they’re fun reads.
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