Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Roping in Randisi

The ubiquitous Ed Gorman, who conducted “Pro-File” interviews for the late, much-lamented Mystery*File, seems to be continuing that series on his new blog. His introductory exchange is with Robert J. Randisi, who says that he’s delivered his sequel to his first “Rat Pack Mystery,” the delightful Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime; that he’s working on a follow-up to his first “Texas Hold ’em Mystery,” The Picasso Flop (scheduled for publication in February, and co-authored with “poker analyst-actor-former tennis star Vince Van Patten”); and that the greatest pleasure of a writing career is ... well, I’m not going to tell you that last one, because it’s the funniest part of the interview. Go read the whole thing here.

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