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March 30, 2008



i get told i write too literary too.

sometimes i pretend it's a compliment.



Anyone who commits the phrase “at the end of the day” to print has no bloody business passing judgment on anyone else’s writing.

Richard Price is interviewed in this Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer, where he says he hates being called a crime writer, but lists Ellroy, Leonard, Lehane and Pelecanos among his favorite writers. He confuses "crime" and "mystery," in other words.

Detectives Beyond Borders
"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home"

Keith Raffel

Sophia, lucky you. I, according to one publisher, apparently write too compelling.

Peter, I love your passion. Hope to see more. Added a link to your blog off on the right.

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