Jacket design by Gavin L. O'Keefe
WIN, PLACE AND DIE!
THE FIRST NEW OZAKI NOVEL IN DECADES!
by Milton K. Ozaki
Introduced by Richard A. Lupoff
Surinam Turtle Press #39
Milton K. Ozaki retired from writing in the 60s after 2 decades of over 2 dozen mystery novels, but he didn't stop writing. He was living in Sparks NV, a suburb of Reno, in the 80s and decided to write his story of being an old man trying to keep up with the young punks and molls of the gambling world. After his death in 1989, a manuscript of this novel stayed in the family but it wasn't until the Print-On-Demand revolution that it surfaced. It's a perfect novel for Ramble House with its unassuming, elderly protagonist and the plot screamed out for a map -- a mapback to be precise -- and Gavin L. O'Keefe, Ramble House's starving artist, came though with his usual flying colors.
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