Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Blush, We Must

Apparently, the May 2007 installment of Ed Gorman’s “Blog Bytes” column in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine includes a nice mention of The Rap Sheet. I’m not usually one to toot my own horn, but I don’t mind so much when a true master of this genre like Gorman does it on my behalf. Here’s his write-up:
The Rap Sheet. J. Kingston Pierce offers his readers high style, sharp insights, and an air of amiable conversation as he looks at mystery novels, mystery movies, mystery TV shows, and other subjects ranging from the new batch of Bond babes to a moving tribute to the late Jack Palance. Part pure journalism, part critique, and part just plain fun, The Rap Sheet is a tribute to the intelligence and wit of a single person. Pierce gives opinionating a good name.
Thank you, Ed, for your continuing faith in the work we do here. And it is definitely we, not just me.

By the way, that “moving tribute to the late Jack Palance,” for readers who are interested, can be found here.

1 comment:

Mark Coggins said...

Congrats, Jeff, it's well deserved praise.