Amen brother! I started Parker and Spenser with the first book. He
wore socks with clocks, just like Philip Marlowe. And the books were
really, really good.
On 1/20/10, Laurent Lehmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 10:42 PM, Kevin Burton Smith
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Robert B. Parker just died. Supposedly while writing at his desk. He was
> Damn. When I fell in love with the P.I. genre in the early '80s, Bill
> Pronzini and Robert B. Parker were my heroes among contemporary
> writers. Although I dropped Parker after _A Catskills Eagle_, I still
> have a soft spot for the early Spenser novels.
> Personal favorites are _Looking for Rachel Wallace_, _Early Autumn_,
> _Ceremony_. Hell, I could probably list the first eleven novels. I'll
> be interested in seeing which more recent novels come up in this
-- "Go soothingly on the greasy mud, for therein lies the skid demon." -- Chinese Road Sign
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