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At 10:13am on November 11, 2009, Bennett Kremen said…
I'm glad to be your friend, Eric, and am looking forward to knowing more about you.
At 6:57am on November 2, 2009, Tina said…
Hi Eric,
Just wanted to check in and see what you are up to. I'm impressed with your prota-killing! Have fun with your new gal...sounds like she is quite capable of carrying your series.
At 12:34am on October 27, 2009, G. Patrick Johnson said…
Thanks for the friends invite, Eric. I see the link to your website & I'm off to check it out!
At 11:20am on October 26, 2009, Ginny Lieberman said…
You Killed Ray Sharp? Oh no! Thanks Eric for adding me as a friend.
At 8:02am on October 26, 2009, Robert Crisman said…
Eric,
Glad to meet you. Chester Himes, huh? Me too. I don't know where the hell Jonathan Valin got to. I'll check your stuff out. You can check mine if you want on the A Twist Of Noir blogsite. I've got a bunch posted there.
At 12:43pm on July 2, 2009, Benjamin Sobieck said…
I read your interview on The Big Thrill. "A painful dumpling accident." Now there's something you don't see every day! I've got to see what that's all about.

P.S. Your agent has a terrific blog.
At 10:01am on March 11, 2009, John Desjarlais said…
"Bleeder" will be published by Sophia Institute Press, a small house in Manchester, NH. This will be one of the first titles for their new fiction imprint.
At 2:55am on March 4, 2009, Patricia Ruocco said…
Hi Eric,

Thanks for the friend message. I'm new and I really appreciate the welcome!
Patti
At 2:01am on February 20, 2009, Mary Montague Sikes said…
Nice! I live in Virginia and it's been several years since I attended a game in St. Louis. Good luck with your tour.
At 1:51am on February 20, 2009, Mary Montague Sikes said…
I love baseball, too. Next week, we head to Jupiter, FL for five St. Louis Cardinals spring training games!
At 8:09am on February 12, 2009, Reece Hirsch said…
True, and as a partner in a big law firm, I have certainly had my opportunities to observe some scurrilous conduct.
At 7:37am on February 12, 2009, Reece Hirsch said…
Eric -- I got a journalism degree at Northwestern, served as an assistant editor on the now-defunct Business Atlanta magazine, then edited and published a free arts and entertainment magazine in Atlanta. No fodder for crime fiction there. How about you? What assignment sent you to Asia? Reece
At 7:18am on February 12, 2009, Reece Hirsch said…
Hi Eric -- Thanks for the invite. Your Ray Sharp series sounds really intriguing. I'm also a former journalist, but it sounds like your experience was a lot more exciting than mine .... Reece
At 12:22pm on February 8, 2009, Rodney Wiethop said…
Eric, Thanks for the invite & I look forward to finding & reading "Wrong Side of The Wall". I'm a baseball coach & it sounds really good. Were you at LIM last year? Best Rod
At 1:10pm on February 7, 2009, Shannon said…
Nice to meet you, Eric. Your Ray Sharp series sounds exciting! Always enjoy meeting intriguing writers and characters both. I'll be sure to look for you on my next book store run. Best of luck with your current wip!
At 9:14am on February 5, 2009, John Desjarlais said…
It's Sophia Institute Press, launching a new category fiction imprint called Fiction Forge. Sophia is better known for re-issuing theological and literary classics but they decided to branch out into original contemporary fiction. I'm glad it was accepted in time to announce it at the February "Love is Murder" conference in Chicago this weekend.
At 8:14am on February 5, 2009, John Desjarlais said…
Hey, Eric, good to meet you. I pitched my mystery "Bleeder" to Ben LeRoy at a crime writers' conference in Chicago last February and he requested the manuscript. But it has found a home elsewhere.
At 1:49pm on January 17, 2009, Bennett Kremen said…
Hello Eric,
Thank you for welcoming me on as a friend. I don't normally write crime fiction but my novel, Savage Days Haunted Nights, available now on amazon.com, certainly deals with crime -- hijacking, arsen, extortion, loan sharking, assault, murder, the mob, etc. I learned about these things growing up on the old West Side of Chicago, Capone territory, where I faced a few arrests as a teenager, reformed, went to college and became a writer. My novel is stark, real and deals not only with crime but also with it's opposite, morality, which is dealt with dramatically and in a unique way. I look forward to reading some of your books.
Bennett Kremen
At 11:40am on January 11, 2009, Toni D. Weymouth said…
Mine is about a sexologist radio host in San Francisco who is targeted by a Russian mobster, abducted and taken to Serbia. It's based on information from The Natasha's and three documentaries on television. Being a sexologist I've talked to women who have barely made it out from this type of slavery. I've read nonfiction but no fiction. Who published your book. It sounds good.
At 11:52am on January 7, 2009, Jack Green said…
Eric,

I finished 'The Living Room For The Dead" and enjoyed it immensely. I love the asian backround and all that it brings to the story. Thanks for the great read. My old college roommate was the NY Times bureau chief out of Shanghai, Howard W. French. Are you familiar with him. He has put together a wonderful exhibit of his photographs on the backstreets and alleyways of Shanghai. Amazing stuff. Look forward to your next book.

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