Sand: The man nobody walks on!

In Gun in Cheek, Bill Pronzini’s “affectionate guide to the ‘worst’ in mystery fiction” (which I looked at here), he writes the following:

One of the more interesting Parker imitations is a man also known only by his last name–Sand, the protagonist of a number of novels by Ennis Willie. An […]

Review: Gun in Cheek by Bill Pronzini

Justin’s glance dropped to the gracefully formed cleft which separated breasts made as stout and round as summer melons. Then he appraised the contour of her hips and legs and felt a queerness coursing through his veins–for this was a woman!

–from One Man’s Crime by Lynton Wright Brent