Created by George Mair
Ever heard of LOU BRICK? He was only "the sharpest new suspense-adventure hero since Lew Archer!" I kid you not. That's what is said on the cover of the 1974 Pyramid paperback, The Jade Cat.
Lou was an investigative reporter for the LA-based Capitol Broadcasting System. In his first and, as far as I can tell, only outing; "A sexy voice on the phone, a bomb in his bedroom, and Lou Brick is blasted into savage adventure!" Just like old Lew Archer used to do it, right?
Please! I'm still trying to get my head around the idea of ol' Lew as an action hero...
Report respectfully filed by David Nobriga.
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