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At 12:35am on October 20, 2009, Clifford Roberts said…
So you read John D. MacDonald. Great. So do I.

The road is straight ahead. Keep doing just what you are doing.

Sincerely,

Clifford Roberts
www.clifford-roberts.com
At 11:02am on October 13, 2009, Harvee Lau said…
Thanks for the invite! Will check out your blog!
At 6:31am on October 12, 2009, Ginny Lieberman said…
Hi Nancy,
Thanks for friending me. I see we like me of the same authors. I look forward to checking out you Police Pulse blog.
At 10:47am on October 10, 2009, Soufanieh said…
Thanks for inviting me, I visited Police Pulse and enjoyed what I saw. I'll probably be spend a lot of time there. I have a daughter and a son in law enforcement and a son in the army, I guess I can be considered a supporter. lol
At 10:43am on October 10, 2009, John Kerr said…
Hi, Nancy: I am an Australian reader and writer - non-fiction, 95% true crime - and book publisher. I am currently publishing a book by Australia's most famous `disgraced' ex-detective, Roger Rogerson. No matter that the guy was found not guilty of the serious bribe and attempt to kill charges; the media have found him guilty. Fascinating experience.
At 8:50am on October 10, 2009, G. Patrick Johnson said…
Thanks for the friend invitation, Nancy. I took the opportunity to check out policepulse.com, and it looks like a fascinating place to spend some time -- which I plan to do.

I see you are a fellow Los Angelino. While I have left the City of Angels in favor of mountain vistas and lower rent prices, I will miss that town if for no other reason than every day provided the opportunity to see something so absurd that you could confidently remark to a friend, "only in LA."
At 6:32am on October 10, 2009, Michael Lion said…
Thanks for the invite, Nancy. Nice to have a new friend from the old neighborhood.
At 5:34am on October 10, 2009, Alan Orloff said…
Hi Nancy, thanks for inviting me. Like you, Crais and Lehane are two of my absolute favorite writers.
At 5:27am on October 10, 2009, Jonathan Woods said…
Hey from Dallas. LA is one of my favorite towns, though I never seem to get there as often as I'd like. Great list of writers. Cain & Chandler are of course wonderful. I read them again & again. Ken Bruen and Allan Guthrie and Victor Gischler are always a gas. Ken and Allan have both said wonderful things about my forthcoming (in April 2010) book, Bad Juju.
At 6:58am on September 18, 2009, Evan Lewis said…
Thanks for the invite, Nancy. I see a lot of your favorites are mine as well.
At 12:54am on September 15, 2009, Jennie Spallone said…
Hey Nancy,

Thanks for your invite. Definitely will join Police Pulse. My first published suspense novel Deadly Choices won Third Place for Mystery Fiction at the former Police Writers Association Conference in Vegas a couple of years back. Interviwing cops and paramedics was how that happened. Always great to have leads for experts in the field. www.jenniespallonecom
At 2:59pm on September 9, 2009, Roger C. Bull said…
Oh, by the way Nancy and others reading this, if you are a current or retired law enforcement person who writes poetry, novels or other literary works, you might try visiting www.police-writers.com. Lt. Raymond E. Foster (retired) runs that website and one for military writers, www.military-writers.com. It's a great place for exposure and ideas. He also runs a website with live interviews and podcasts.
At 2:54pm on September 9, 2009, Roger C. Bull said…
Thank you, Nancy, for your acceptance. I'm looking forward to sharing with the CrimeSpace group. I see that you enjoy cold cases. I enjoy, as one of my many past times, genealogy. When speaking with old timer cops, police chiefs and detectives, I ask them, "What is the oldest cold case that you are working?" Typically, they respond with 20-30 years. When they ask me about my cases, I can proudly say that my 'cold cases' are 200-300 years old. I have my father's line back to 1700, my mother's heritage to 1633 and my wife's family tree to an amazing 633 A.D. (That's right, six hundred thirty-three.) I also enjoy doing computer forensics. Are you into psychological profiling? Forensic psychology?
At 5:37pm on September 8, 2009, Anthony Flacco said…
Hi, Nancy --

Thank you for the invitation. Your profile seems to indicate that we share a fascination with the psychological aspects of crime. For me, these are the areas of victimization, survival, and recovery--especially from the most heinous of situations. I believe that you will be fully engaged by my new historical true crime book The Road Out Of Hell, from Sterling Publishing (November, 2009). Please feel welcome to drop into my site at www.AnthonyFlacco.com -- Bye for now - Anthony
At 1:03pm on September 8, 2009, barbara said…
Nancy, thank you for the invitation. Instead of reading your site, I should be making my zucchini nut bread. But the reading was more enjoyable. I think it is exciting to meet all of you people and read your books and your websites. I would add mine, but it is about my writings (short ones), sewing and my family. I need to do some more work on it, but have to wait for my granddaughter to come over.
At 12:31pm on September 8, 2009, Kate Thornton said…
Hi Nancy! Thanks for the friend invite. I see we have lots of friends in common and are in the same hemisphere. And I'm a retired federal agent (US Army CI - 22+ years) It's good to be retired. Sat out in my garden reading and writing with the occasional jump into the pool today instead of discussing questionable lifestyle choices with persons in custody. Yes, life is good! --Kate
At 11:45am on September 8, 2009, O'Neil De Noux said…
Anyone who puts Elmore Leonard first knows what she's talking about. I actual met him when he came to the city of his birth, New Orleans, for a signing some years ago. We talked for a good hour. A helluva guy and our dean.
At 11:42am on September 8, 2009, Kent Westmoreland said…
Nancy,

Since you are fan of Raymond Chandler you may (or may not) enjoy my Chandler-esque short story from my productive days.

http://www.thrillingdetective.com/fiction/01_04.html

This is my third attempt at getting this message right. Labor Day has been exhaustive for me.

Kent Delete Comment
At 7:37am on August 27, 2009, S. Ramos O'Bbriant said…
Thanks for the welcome.
At 4:11pm on August 22, 2009, Donald Thompson said…
Hi, how are? how long have you been in law enforcement?

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