Created by L.L. Enger
HANK PRINCE is a former AAA baseball player turned introspective Atlanta private eye in Philip Lee Williams' promising Slow Dance in Autumn (1988). It was a good debut, but a series never materialized. Thn again, not everyone liked it. Winnipeg's Kent Morgan, in a post on Rara-Avis, dismissed Hank as "a terminally hip detective who has read too much Hammett."
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