RE: RARA-AVIS: Re: Robert B. Parker

From: Harry Joseph Lerner (
Date: 23 Jan 2010

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    Hello All,

    I just picked a couple of Parker paperbacks and when I got home I found that one of them, a 1984 Dell edition of THE JUDAS GOAT, was signed (ok...initialled) by Parker himself! I paid the princley sum of $2.50!

    Looking forward to reading it and the others in the very near future.

    Best, Harry
    ________________________________________ From: [] On Behalf Of jacquesdebierue [] Sent: January 23, 2010 2:47 AM To: Subject: RARA-AVIS: Re: Robert B. Parker

    --- In<>, "Mark D. Nevins" <nevins_mark@...> wrote:

    > Finally, with the passing of Westlake and Parker almost exactly a year apart, I find myself wondering: who are our remaining Living Titans of Crime Fiction? I'd set the top 3 (as much for my own personal taste as "importance") as Leonard, Block, and Ellroy. Am I forgetting anyone? We're none of us getting any younger, are we?

    Add Joe Gores and K.C. Constantine, too. Crumley is gone. Ellroy is quite a bit younger than these other guys, not yet in the category of Wise Old Master...




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