Thanks, Mark, I've read them all, I think. I'm not specifically
interested in suburban Maryland as much as I am in places that haven't
been covered much in our genre, and suburban Maryland is one of them.
Schutz's and Mack's and Pelecanos's suburban Maryland don't seem much
alike, though, do they?
Mark Sullivan wrote:
> And if you're interested in PI books set in suburban Maryland, you really should check out Benjamin Schutz's Leo Haggerty series. Really good series written by a really good writer who knew his stuff -- Schutz was a forensic psychologist. By the way, the series has a very interesting take on the psycho sidekick.
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