¨Good¨ is probably a better choice of words, and I would agree that the
early material is better, and I get into my ¨I´m tired of RBP¨ phase, then I
pick on up, and 7 out of 10 times, wind up with a smile on my face.
Then again, my ex - wife have called me a grinning idiot, so, the smile may
not mean anything.
On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 2:01 PM, jacquesdebierue
> I have trouble associating the word "great" with Robert B. Parker. I think
> good (sometimes very good) is sufficient. But that's one opinion. He's
> popular, as pointed out... I will let his fans sing his praises. I lost
> interest in him a long time ago, after reading several novels that read like
> snow jobs, were padded and showed some of the most disagreeable
> pseudo-hardboiled writing I've ever read. His early stuff was way better.
-- Michael Damian Jeter New Orleans, LA Literacy, Music, and Democracy
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