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Paul_Hochman
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R.I.P. Michael Crichton

Crichton passed away on November 4th. The author of Jurassic Park and The Great Train Robbery also wrote crime novels under the pseudonym of John Lange, two of which, Grave Descend and Zero Cool, have been reprinted by Hard Case Crime.

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T-RadSR
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Re: R.I.P. Michael Crichton

A case of need was originally published under another pseudonym of Jeffrey Hudson
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Keller
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Re: R.I.P. Michael Crichton

Any word if Chrichton had any works-in-progress?  Also, similar word if any of other earlier novels will be re-issued?
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Re: R.I.P. Michael Crichton

He certainly was working on something which had a then tentative release date of December 2008.

 

I'd imagine that manuscript will one day see the light of day.

 


Keller wrote:
Any word if Chrichton had any works-in-progress?  Also, similar word if any of other earlier novels will be re-issued?

 

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