Dead Horse by Walter Satterthwait

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1st edition Signed by author Very Fine book and jacket; as new. Jacket cover is June 1928 Black Mask. Novelization of the death of Emily Vanderbilt Whitfield in 1935. Her husband, Raoul Whitfield was the master pulp mystery writer in the 20's and 30's. This 1st edition is of 1,000 copies printed plus 156 Limited copies at $250. Multiple copies available.
 

About Walter Satterthwait

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Walter Satterthwait has lived on both U.S. coasts, as well as in six other countries. He is the author of several crime novels that feature characters ranging from a modern private eye to Houdini, Arthur Conan Doyle, Ernest Hemingway, and Adolf Hitler, to name just a few. He lives in Southern California.
 
Published January 31, 2007 by Dennis Mcmillan Pubns. 182 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Having put a fictional spin on Lizzie Borden in Miss Lizzie and Oscar Wilde in Wilde West , Satterthwait ingeniously reimagines another real-life event—the mysterious death of Emily Davies Vanderbilt Thayer Whitfield, the socialite second wife of pulp-fiction writer Raoul Whitfield, at their des...

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