Rediscovered at last!....Back in print for the first time in 45 years, eight rollicking Lefty Feep stories....and one brand-new modern parable....zany fantasy-comedies starring literature's most beloved, befuddled character, a scratch-sheet tout with a one-track mind. Robert Bloch, who gave birth to Norman Bates in Psycho, shows the lighter side to his dark genius with these hysterically rib-fracturing Funny Fables of the Forties when lefty meets the: Clarinet King and the Dancing Mice, the Bowling Dwarfs of the Catskills, the Extraordinary Average Man, the Ginch and the Invisible Pinch, the Dope and the Midascope, and Burts and Skirts of the 1940s.
In a field that often takes itself much too seriously, Robert Bloch makes me laugh. Good medicine, that. I wish I had the patent! Ray Bradbury