Re: RARA-AVIS: R-I-P Joe Kurtz

From: Max Gilbert (
Date: 28 Jan 2005

I also enjoyed the first 2 books, as I have enjoyed Simmons horror and SF work in the past. Is there any indication that he is going to continue writing in this genre?

(Current reading: Gerald Kersh's NIGHT & THE CITY, one of the bleakest books I've ever encountered. I picked it up in part because Dassin's film version is being released on DVD next month but I can't expect the movie is anywhere as dark as the book.)


--- In, "Ron Clinton" <clinton65@w...> wrote:
> That's really unfortunate; I loved that series. While it was an
> author-admitted homage to Stark's Parker, I think at times Simmons
> to eclipse his inspiration with an intensity and narrative drive
that was
> absolutely enthralling. I was hoping this would be a series that
> continue for some time.
> But only three...that's really, really too bad.
> Ron Clinton
> From: "jim_l_roberts" <jim_l_roberts@y...>
> "Dan's extremely hard-boiled former P.I. hero Joe Kurtz is no more.

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