Mark B. wrote:
>...though it's not a monthly book there has been a
lot of discussion
>recently about Robert Crais' LA Requiem. It would be great if Crais would at
>least give us some hint about our (mainly Mark Sullivan and me )
>speculations of where the series can go now.
Well, just coincidentally, I'll be interviewing Crais next
month. I'll ask him what the deal is. His next book is a
non-Elvis called DEMOLITION ANGEL.
>if the author is dead I don't think this is a very
If he is dead, it's really going to put a damper on the
interview....and it's just gonna play hell with his current
And I'm not sure, but I think Maury Chaykin might be
Canadian--he's certainly done a lot of Canadian television
and film work. Might be why some of you are unfamiliar with
his work. But the guy's always been a great character actor,
wherever he's from. One of those guys who goes in, does a
character and gets out, but you spend the rest of the film
wondering where you've seen "that guy" before. Nice to hear
he did a good job on Wolfe.
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