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At 11:13pm on August 17, 2008, David Ritchie said…
Dear Carole,

Thanks for your message. The leprechaun incident happened as follows. At that time, I was working at a publishing company in Silver Spring, Maryland, and looked gaunt after surgery. From time to time, I would visit a donut shop across the street for coffee. As I entered the shop one day, an old lady at the counter (evidently the worse for some mental problem) caught sight of me and exclaimed loudly, "GNOMES OF ZURICH! LITTLE IRISH MAN!!" Apparently she thought I resembled, in my wasted state, a leprechaun.
At 8:11pm on August 17, 2008, Manya652 said…
hi thank u! do u no how to accept peoples invitations to be friends by any chance
At 5:02pm on August 15, 2008, carole gill said…
she sounds great!
don't give my Indy too much credit, he's still scared of the dark and of birds!
anyway, enjoy your new additions!
At 11:37am on August 15, 2008, LC Fraser said…
Thank you. I am partial to cats but have had dogs too and seen them run from the cats - sometimes even a good sized dog. I think they know that cats scratch and can be very fast. Our kitten mother is so fast that she can catch flying things in midair - flies, moths. Scary at times but she knows enough to be careful of people.
At 4:08am on August 15, 2008, Christopher Valen said…
Thanks for the invite. Good to hear you ordered Chris Roerden's book. I think you'll enjoy it.
At 2:35am on August 11, 2008, Mitzi Szereto said…
Indeed, you are a woman of taste and substance. ;-)
At 11:22pm on August 10, 2008, JackBludis said…
You must have revised your page since we became friends.

This is a gem.

Jack
At 9:09am on August 10, 2008, Mitzi Szereto said…
I sure hope it's cool! I do try...
At 5:09am on August 10, 2008, Mitzi Szereto said…
Thanks for the add. Fabulous music, and I LOVE Babs Stanwyck. "Double Indemnity" - my favourite film ever!!
At 10:15am on August 8, 2008, Jean Henry Mead said…
Thank you for your condolences, Carol. No, this is the first I've heard from you in a while, but I've been haivng some serious computer problems.(I think I need a new one.) A book contract and rush to get it ready has helped, but one never really gets over the loss of a child. Thanks for being there.
At 12:02am on August 5, 2008, Austin S. Camacho said…
Thanks for the add, Carol! Love the page. I see that you are also a noir fan. Sadly, I don' t think the Brits do noir (however, the Irish sure can, like my buddy Ken Bruen.)

Have a fine Crime day.
At 8:12am on July 31, 2008, Larry & Barbara Payton said…
Whatta cool page. We have a crime novel out there, but we are pretty eclectic as writers go. Working on a western and an espionage thriller at present. Also a series of short stories about a magic cat from outer space.

We did enjoy our venture into murder and mayhem and will likely return to the genre often. After all, it was that collaboration that caused us to meet, fall in love, and marry.
At 5:20am on July 30, 2008, sue neale said…
Hi

Thanks for your kind message. Although I use crimespace, it is easy to while away time avoiding work by being on the site. I should have more time when I have completed an overview of translated crime fiction by September. I can only really consider the material available in the UK (and it is only a snapshot if I don't talk about the past and influences like Simenon and Vidocq. However, so many novels are in print for such a short time that it is hard to work out whether it is market forces (inc library purchases) or taste that are influencing what is published and what stays on the bookshelves.

Do keep in touch and I will look at your page from time to time. I am keen to find British crime authors who could be defined as politically engaged - as I am involved in the website europolar where the other editorial committees want to know more about what is available. Any suggestions of authors - as they seem to be keener to entertain than to highlight political or social inequalities.
At 6:13am on July 22, 2008, Filamena Young said…
Shaking up the can of spay paint. Thanks for saying hi so very quickly. The images on your page here are so very evocative. Mmmmm.... Pulp.
At 4:20am on July 22, 2008, Marvin D. Wilson said…
yuppers - thanks for the tip. I love networking.
At 11:59pm on July 21, 2008, Chris Ewan said…
Hey Carole. That's mighty kind of you - hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think and good look with the novel you're working on.

Your page is very cool!

Cheers
Chris
At 1:08pm on July 18, 2008, D. C. Hawkins said…
You've gone noir again. I was just getting used to Hollywood.
At 1:44pm on July 15, 2008, Michael P. Naughton said…
Great site and love the pups!
At 10:59am on July 14, 2008, Paul McGoran said…
Hi.
I finally started that discussion on noir we talked about. And you might want to check out a discussion of mine in Writer's Den called "the most riveting movie moment ever."

Man, I luv the way you keep manipulating this page. Fabulous backgrounds, cool music.
At 5:38am on July 12, 2008, D. C. Hawkins said…
You're right. It was easy. And the fact that my day job is Senior Software Engineer didn't even make it worse.

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