Re: Sandbaggers?

Mary Garvey (
Wed, 03 Dec 1997 09:34:57 -0500

Hi Everyone -
I've been recuperating from surgery and this is the first chance I've had to
log on. I have 2 copies of the Macintosh book - one found at a used book store,
the other at a media convention. If anyone has heard of Tales from the White
Heart (located around or in Baltimore; I've never been to their store, but
have seen that at conventions like Media West, Shore Leave, Lunacon), they may
have a used copy. Another person would be Pamela Barnes, who I've only run into
at conventions also (Media West, Shore Leave) so I don't have an address.
Pamela is British, lives in New Jersey (I think), but goes to England at least
once a year, so she can get some amazing stuff (got a Sapphire and Steel
paper back book from her last year).
Be prepared to spend over $10, unless you find it at a true used book store
(one that doesn't put a price on Man From UNCLE paperbacks, for instance!).
It's been a long time since I've read it, but as someone pointed out,
the book is based on a couple of the episodes. Neil, Willie and Laura are on
the cover.
Happy Hunting.
- Mary wrote:
> In a message dated 97-11-19 02:00:22 EST,
> writes:
> > Really? Where did you find them? I'm been trying to get my hands on the
> > novel that Macintosh did himself that supposidly is a retelling of the
> > first 6 episodes.
> Me too ! I've had no luck locating them. I called the publisher (the name
> of whom escapes me at the moment) while in London about 2 years ago. I was
> told that the Ian M. book is out of print, and it was suggested that I try a
> used book store. I have. And still no luck. Any leads will be welcomed !!
> Joyce

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