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At 11:10am on September 24, 2008, Nancy Thorp said…
Police Facebook is very interesting !
N.
At 3:48am on December 25, 2007, Sheila Connolly said…
Thanks, Jeff. I have to say that was a great argument for using my real name! Maybe some of their success will rub off.

Sheila
At 1:37pm on July 29, 2007, Jeff Sherratt said…
Thanks, Gayle...You've been terrific, working with me at SinC/LA, showing me the ropes. The credit for the success of the panels goes to the great organization behind me and, of course, the wonderful authors who agree to drive all the way out here. Thanks for ALL your help!
At 12:49pm on July 29, 2007, Gayle Bartos-Pool said…
Jeff, You are doing such a wonderful job setting up mystery panels for Sisters in Crime down in the O.C. And you have a new contract for your terrific Jimmy O'Brien series. All the best, my dear.
At 8:08am on July 23, 2007, carole gill said…
Jimmy O'Brien mystery series, I'll have to check that out.
Hi, love your tastes in reading and film! Good man!
At 8:24am on June 26, 2007, Chris Redding said…
Thanks for the compliment on my layout. Can you tell where the background is? A famous landmark that has only been open for less than ten years.
cmr
At 11:36am on May 23, 2007, Jeff Sherratt said…
Thank you, Amanda and Keith. It nice meeting you here on Crimespace.
At 11:27am on May 23, 2007, Amanda Stevens said…
Thanks for befriending me, Jeff. I really enjoyed the interview on your website.
At 3:40am on May 4, 2007, Jeff Sherratt said…
Thanks Jason. I posted a new picture that Keith Raffel sent to me. I know I got the names right on this one. I glanced at Daniel Woodrell's name tag just after the picture was taken. I can write, but, I guess, I cant read. Karen Syed also pointed out my mistake.
At 12:13am on May 4, 2007, Jason Starr said…
Jeff, Greet seeing you at LA Fest of Books, and great pic up on your website (that's actually Daniel Woodrell in the pic with the two of us) Talk to you soon! J
At 1:39pm on May 1, 2007, Michael C. Jacobs said…
Hi Jeff, thanks for the add. Best Wishes, Michael.
At 12:11pm on May 1, 2007, Kate Pepper said…
Hi Jeff. Thanks! I hope you like it. In the meantime, very nice to meet you.
At 10:29am on April 12, 2007, JackBludis said…
Thanks for your post about "The Black Dahlia." You lived in the neighborhook, so I'm sure that, even though you were five, those things have stayed with you. I can imagine the murder of James Elroy's mother in a similar fashion has stayed with him as well.
At 2:06pm on April 5, 2007, Patti McCoy Jacob said…
Hey Jeff - I was just in NB this past weekend. Had lunch at the Chart House. The YL Star is one of the community papers through the OC Register. My column is mostly human interest/humor, but I do reviews when a book strikes me worthy. Which I can only imagine yours will :) Look for my review of STIGMA on Thursday, April 12 if you have the chance.
At 10:55pm on March 29, 2007, Evelyn David said…
Hi - Thanks for the warm welcome. Loved your web site And since "It's a Wonderful Life" is one of my all time favorite movies, I grinned as I read through your wonderful life as well. Your series sounds intriguing - I'll definitely check it out. Anyone who lists Dashiell Hammett as one of their favorite authors is on the right track! Thanks again for the welcome - Evelyn (www.evelyndavid.com)
At 8:32am on March 29, 2007, Robert Goldsborough said…
Hi, Jeff,

I retrieved your earlier message after all. In it, you mentioned Stan Hack, who played 3rd base for the Cubs for many years. Thought you'd be interested to know that he makes an appearance (non-speaking) in "Three Strikes You're Dead" in a scene in the Cubs clubhouse following the second game of the 1938 New York-Chicago World Series.

Robert
At 10:48am on March 28, 2007, Jeff Sherratt said…
No Robert, I don't think so. I found my message on your page. But, anyway, here's what I said:

Hi Robert,

Can't wait to read "Three Strikes You’re Dead." From the description I can tell I'll love the book, 1938 Chicago, the Cubs, the mob, and Al Capone. My God! its got it all. Hey, the '38 Cubs had a 3rd baseman named Stan Hack. I'd met him when I was a kid and he was the manger of the old L. A. Angles, the minor league team owned by Phil Wrigley. In the mid-fifties, I used to sneak into the old Los Angeles Wrigley Field and sit with the players in the dugout. After about a half dozen games Stan Hack figured out I wasn't one of the players' kids, and gave me the boot. Even though the Dodgers moved to L. A. in 1958 I'm still a Cubs fan.
At 9:46am on March 28, 2007, Robert Goldsborough said…
Hi, Jeff,

Did I inadvenrently delete a message you sent me?

Robert Goldsborough
At 6:08am on March 27, 2007, Jeff Sherratt said…
The theme of ambition and morality is certainly as compelling today as it was back in Elizabethan times. Except today it's a nuclear world. Thanks for your comment, Julia.
At 5:52am on March 27, 2007, Julia Buckley said…
Hi, Jeff! Wow! So you certainly have some experience in the whole Watergate milieu. It's always fascinated me, I must say, if only as a study in psychology. And of course I see parallels between Nixon and Macbeth. "When the president does it, it's not illegal." That seems like something the dark thane would say. :)

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