A good historical-fiction writer can transport the reader through a time machine back to the day. Believe me, it’s hard to do and I take great pains to succeed when I write a Lucien Caye or Jacques Dugas mystery and especially with the book I’m writing now (I’ve been living in 1814 for over a year). Robert S. Levinson makes it look easy in his latest, “Regarding Certain Occurrences In A Cottage At The Garden of Allah” (in the current issue of ALFRED HITCHCOCK MYSTERY MAGAZINE – November 2009). Treat yourself to a visit to Hollywood’s Golden Era in this one. Robert is such a fine writer, his latest a seamless visit to a different era, a damn good story and such a cool title.

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