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The following books are included...The Deadly Streets and No Doors, No Windows.

©2019 Harlan Ellison (P)2020 Recorded Books

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This audio book contains two short story collections, The Deadly Streets and No Doors, No Windows. While The Deadly Streets is a good collection of some Ellison's 1950s and 1960s stories, No Doors, No Windows is an excellent collection of his mystery and crime stories. (There are some crime stories in The Deadly Streets, too.)

No Doors, No Windows contains three stories, The Whimper of Whipped Dogs, Status Quo at Troyden's, and Tired Old Man, which rank among his best work.

Michael Braun and Mia Barron do a fine job of performing the stories. And Harlan Ellison reading Tired Old Man from Voice From The Edge Vol. 3 is also included so you get a chance to hear Harlan read his own work.

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