Monday, August 14, 2006

Detour to Dorchester

Profiled at some length in the Medford (Massachusetts) Transcript, Dennis Lehane talks about the forthcoming film based on his fourth Angie Gennaro-Patrick Kenzie novel, Gone, Baby, Gone (1998), his transition from writing a series to penning standalones, and the project he’s been working on for the last three and a half years: “an epic, which could span three, if not four, books. He says it begins in 1918 at the end of World War I and spans 1919,“ and includes an appearance by Babe Ruth. Read the whole piece here.

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