e.e. miker wrote:
"and i've got westlake and stark (they are the same person, i
hope) . .
They may inhabit the same body, but you'd never know they
were the same person by their writing. As a matter of fact,
there is one good reason to buy the movie tie-in copy of
Payback (AKA The Hunter, AKA Point Blank); it contains a
preface where Westlake explains how Stark vanished, then
reappeared within him.
I seem to remember his once explaining how he chose who to
write as, by saying he wrote as Stark on rainy days, but as
Westlake on sunny ones. Perhaps that was in the round robin
interview with several of Westlake's alter-egos in the Murder
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