As to a wrap-up for Deadwood, all I can say is that the show couldn't be
better titled in that regard. A shame.
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Subject: Re: RARA-AVIS: Book Description
Jim welcome back, and good to see a celebrity book written for a change
(when not ghostwritten) by someone who actually reads!
Any idea if HBO is still planning a final episode of Deadwood?
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"Jim Beaver" <jumblejim@...> wrote:
> I haven't dropped in to Rara-Avis in a long while, but I heard through the
> grapevine about Bill Crider's kind shout-out for my new book. LIFE'S THAT
> WAY is due out on the 16th, and like those of you who have ever had one of
> these babies get born (especially as late in life as I am!), I'm
> excited, and nauseous. I hope some of you get a chance to take a look at
> it, though it's pretty far off-topic!
> And I'm also involved in this new 13-episode murder mystery series on CBS
> starting in a week, HARPER'S ISLAND. I haven't seen any of it (that's how
> secretive they've been about it, even with the cast), but shooting it, it
> felt pretty good. No fedoras or femmes fatale, but it pays the rent.
> Anyway, I hope to spend some more time here in the near future, and to get
> some more hardboiled stuff under my reading belt soon. In the meantime,
> thanks again to Bill and all the best to you birds, rare or otherwise.
> Jim Beaver
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