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At 2:32pm on May 26, 2008, Liam said…
ya, that song makes me wanna start a riot. thank you for accepting my invite. you've a sweet pic there.
At 12:13pm on December 5, 2007, Todd Robinson said…
Pleasure's mine, doll.
At 8:07am on December 5, 2007, Olav Guldbrandsen said…
Happy to... Gothic noir is quite interesting. any agent working scandinavia for you?
At 11:22pm on July 9, 2007, Tom Cain said…
"by the time they hit about 25 they'll come around ..." I'll console myself with that thought.
At 7:58am on July 9, 2007, Tom Cain said…
Hi Eliza ... One of the smartest women I ever knew said she could never fall in love with any man who couldn't beat her in an argument. Sadly, I was already taken (!) ... so she had to marry a famous Oxford and Harvard history professor ... I was reminded of her when I read the words, 'If you prove me wrong, I'll worship you.' ... Could you pass that message on to my teenage daughters, please? That's not at all the basis on which they operate with me!
At 11:36am on April 30, 2007, Eliza Tucker said…
You're right, Jack -- I found this series in the Detroit Publishing archive at the Library of Congress. I don't know who she is or who took the photo. But she's very striking to me, and the catalogue says the photo was taken in 1900. Since the photos are in the public domain, I snatched them because they seem to reflect a lot of the attitude of my novel.
At 8:19am on April 30, 2007, JackBludis said…
Are these avatars all you? They seem like the same person. But from a period when most of that age would not be alive today. Or at least not agile enough to build a site like this one.
At 7:32am on April 28, 2007, Anne Brooke said…
Lovely to meet you, Eliza - and nice to know another noir lover on here!

Hugs

A
xxx
At 10:01am on April 14, 2007, JackBludis said…
OK, everything by Hitchcock but Jamaica Inn -- Let me guess, you liked the book better.

I recently saw "To Catch a Thief" on TV, had never seen it before and I caught the "bad guy" immediately.

Spoiler above.

We need more avatars ...
At 3:24am on April 12, 2007, David Magayna said…
Hey Eliza.
I grew up an hour south of Pittsburgh and have family all over Ohio. They were running from the coal mines and steel mills of western PA (like me, but I went to a warmer clime).

I'm real curious how to become a professional awesome. There is a critical shortage here in MD and I would like to fill that gap.

I am not a fan of soccer and own no shin guards, so I would guard your trust (and my shins) tenaciously.
Glad to be here.
Dave
At 10:55pm on April 11, 2007, JackBludis said…
My post was well deserved ... You may inspire me to actually blog something.
At 9:11am on April 11, 2007, Miss DaMeaner said…
Hell-Oh, There! I just love bad girls. *swoon* Nice website, too.
At 7:56am on April 10, 2007, JackBludis said…
Who can resist that Avatar?
At 6:44am on April 10, 2007, Eliza Tucker said…
I loved The Alienist the most, even though the ending seemed a bit weak to me. I really enjoyed what he did with Watson in The Italian Secretary, and I love his prose (he writes 19th century better than the 19th century writers), but I didn't find it true to Conan Doyle. I really enjoyed it just the same. But I'll take old New York any day!
At 5:55am on April 10, 2007, Brian Thornton said…
Caleb Carr, huh? I'm curious, from one historical lover to another, which did you like better: THE ALIENIST or THE ITALIAN SECRETARY?

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