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'There are no novels anywhere quite like them . . . He really believes in what he is talking about.' That was T. S. Eliot writing about the seven novels of Charles Williams. How to describe them? Again, probably in T. S. Eliot's words, 'They may be described as supernatural thrillers; ''popular'' novels in the best sense, by a man who had something important and quite individual to say. When we say ''thrillers'' we mean that their plots are adventurous and breathless, their scenes sometimes entrancing and sometime ...

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