Not disagreeing, Mario. Of course I'm not trying to fill anyone's shoes. I'll let my books, particularly Small Crimes, Pariah and Killer speak for themselves.
--- In email@example.com, "jacquesdebierue" <jacquesdebierue@...> wrote:
> Congrats on the good publicity, Dave. But the shoes that most needed filling in the Boston crime writing scene were George V. Higgins's, not Parker's. At least, in my opinion. Chandlerian wisecracking PIs are not very rare, after all, but there was only one Higgins.
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