I just finished reading The Score, the book in which Grofield is introduced and found his character annoying in that book and found it implausible that Parker would work with a guy like that, but Westlake obviously had him mature with age.
> So it's a Grofield book, where Stark and Westlake met?
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> From: Dave.Zeltserman@gmail.com
>> Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2010 01:59:18 +0000
>> Subject: dave z. Re: RARA-AVIS: In New York again
>> Mark, my agent when I first wrote it told me it reminded him of The Ax. Since then I've had several people comment that it reminded them of the Stark's Parker books, and at least 2 people reminded them of Westlake's comic capers. It's a serious, violent book, but it has a good amount of humor mixed in.
>> --- In email@example.com, Mark Sullivan <DJ-Anonyme@...> wrote:
>> > "The book has an unintentional Richard Stark/Donald Westlake feel,. . ."
>> > Which is it, Dave, Stark or Westlake, cold or comic caper?
>> > Mark
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