Friday Reads: His Name Was Death by Fredric Brown
From Centipede Press:
Any lucky amateur can do away with family. But it takes a professional to kill an almost perfect stranger. Fiendishly convoluted, His Name Was Death is a tale of geometrically multiplying homicides and a foolproof murder whose repercussions keep spreading to consume victim after victim.
Wickedly funny, His Name Was Death is widely considered to be one of Fredric Brown’s best suspense novels. This edition features a new introduction by Ed Gorman, a color cover by Gwabryel, and is signed by Gorman and Gwabryel.
Full color dustjacket on Mohawk Carnival Felt with black Brillianta cloth, ribbon marker, and a return of our full color illustration inlay on the front board. Each signature page has a drawing by Gwabryel.
- Limited to 200 copies, each signed by Ed Gorman and illustrator Gwabryel.
- Introduction by Ed Gorman.
- Includes two bonus short stories.
- Gwabryel has drawn a remarque on each of the signature pages.
- Ribbon marker, color dustjacket, head and tail bands, rayon cloth construction and a full-color image inlay on the front board.