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At 9:11am on December 12, 2008, Jerry Turner said…
Dick, It's quiet enough for a drum solo....Happy Holidays from Jerry Turner and Bob Jacobson.....next book title: The Ghosts of Catfish Row! E Mail address...jjtmcgee@aol.com Merry Christmas! JT
At 11:37am on May 29, 2008, Patricia Abbott said…
Thanks, Dick. So kind of you to participate. I'll be looking forward to your pick.
At 7:34am on May 28, 2008, Patricia Abbott said…
Hi. Wondering if you're going to take Dick Adler up on his baton pass and write about a forgotten book this Friday.
At 2:39am on March 30, 2008, Tom Piccirilli said…
Thanks for the kind words on my own offering in PRISONER OF MEMORY, Dick. I really enjoyed your "Devil Dog" as well. Also really enjoyed BLUE BAYOU. Need to catch up with your latest.
At 8:52am on February 3, 2008, Beth Groundwater said…
Hey, fellow Five Star author! I just sent you a friend request.
At 6:07pm on January 5, 2008, Jochem van der Steen said…
Dick if you like Ed Gorman's stuff, feel free to visit www.sonsofspade.tk , we've got a Q & A with the man.
At 2:56am on September 30, 2007, Alan Cook said…
Dick, I enjoyed your review of DEAD HEAT, by Dick Francis and Felix Francis in this morning's Los Angeles Times. I have read and enjoyed Dick Francis books in the past, but judging from what you said about the latest one, I suspect your review is more fun to read than the book.
At 8:14pm on August 3, 2007, Michael Haskins said…
Dick, we met a few times, years ago, while I lived in LA and attended MWA meetings. Was in LA in late June trying to set up some signings and picked uip Croaked in Thousand Oaks. Have Sleeping Dogs and Laughing Dogs in my library. I see we are both Five Star authors; I am honored to be in the company of of writers like you and Jerry Healy.
At 11:13pm on July 28, 2007, Harry Shannon said…
Howdy, Dick!
At 3:46am on March 31, 2007, Robert Goldsborough said…
Hi, Dick,

Yes, I do remember when our books were Mystery Guild selections at the same time. Also, a poker-playing friend of mine, Jerry Turner, has always spoken highly of you. I believe you and he lived in the same neighborhood on the North Side of Chicago years back when he worked for Marshall Field's and you were writing mysteries and also, if memory serves, freelancing for Playboy, among others. Jerry is in semi-retirement now at Seabrook Island, S.C., playing a lot of golf.
I just talked to him, and he sends his best. Good to hear from you, Dick!

Bob Goldsborough
At 5:25pm on March 30, 2007, Dick Lochte said…
Pari, a skip tracer is somebody who finds people who skip out on debts. It's an unpleasant job, usually putting you in contact with desperate people.
At 1:56pm on March 30, 2007, Laura Benedict said…
Hi, Dick. Thanks for adding me! So, do you think Hammett just sold out with The Thin Man? I confess that the William Powell films are like chicken soup on a gray, chilly day to me....
At 12:51pm on March 30, 2007, Dick Lochte said…
Yep. Chicago in the spring is better than Paris in the spring. And food is almost as good.
At 12:43pm on March 30, 2007, Pari Noskin Taichert said…
Dick,
What's a skip-tracer? I'm having all kinds of fun imagining . . .
At 12:25pm on March 30, 2007, Morgan Mandel said…
Winter in Chicago - I don't mind wearing a coat and gloves and like the fresh air, but hate the extremes. I used to like snow, but now it's a nuisance, especially since it's hard to walk the dog then. When you have an active dog, it needs a lot of exercise. For a few months the poor thing was just thrown in the yard and she didn't want to stay out there very long.
Anyway, spring is beautiful. The trees are budding and the crocus are coming up.
Morgan Mandel
At 10:46am on March 20, 2007, Angie said…
Hi, Dick! Just doin' the drive-by howdy thing. Love the title of your new novel, btw. I'd pick it up just for that!

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