Can anyone tell me about a thriller-writer from the 1970s named Herbert Lieberman? I've just read, and reviewed, his City of the Dead, which is really good --- about as gruesome as you'd expect a novel about a forensic pathologist dealing with multiple homicides to be, but horrifying far more through its images of personal defeat and moral compromise than mere blood and viscera. It's definitely a period piece, but in ways that make it more interesting, and the feeling that everything is on the verge of complete collapse contributes a lot. So who was Lieberman, and did he write anything else good, and what happened to him?
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