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N. R. DE MEXICO
N. R. de Mexico is the pseudonym of a writer who wrote three books under that name in the 40s and 50s. One of them, Marijuana Girl, has become a cult classic and in the original pulp and digest editions is highly prized by modern day collectors. Madman on a Drum is also remembered well by connoisseurs of the Cornell Woolrich school of suspense. The identity of de Mexico has been open to speculation for decades with many declaring him to be writer Larry Shaw. However, Shaw denied it, saying that "N. R." stood for "Not Really."
The Ramble House de Mexico books come in a picture-covered paperback edition, 4.125" x 5.75" for $25.00 or a new trade paperback edition for $18.00.
MARIJUANA GIRL (Red)
A surprisingly intelligent take on inner-city dope of the 50s. Red Cover
MARIJUANA GIRL (Blue)
Same book with the blue Uni-Book Cover
MADMAN ON A DRUM
A man loses his girlfriend and no one will believe he ever had one!
The ex-pilot takes on a new job as a chauffeur -- to three beautiful women!