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The Columbian
Crime writer breaks out of bondssaid. “I wondered what if I tried to create a fully committed career criminal a
Crime writer breaks out of bonds
The Columbian / Posted 2 days ago
said. “I wondered what if I tried to create a fully committed career criminal and still have that bond with the reader like Donald Westlake did with the Parker series.” Hamilton had long loved crime fiction, and cites Raymond Chandler and James... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Darwyn Cooke: A comics legend who explored new frontiers in artcrime fiction. He was especially a fan of the Parker novels, which were set in
Darwyn Cooke: A comics legend who explored new frontiers in art
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
crime fiction. He was especially a fan of the Parker novels, which were set in the 1960s and written by novelist Donald Westlake under the pseudonym Richard Stark. Although it took some work, Mr. Cooke persuaded the author to allow him to... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
A new life for crime writer and Cottekill resident Steve Hamiltonsaid. “I wondered what if I tried to create a fully committed career criminal a
A new life for crime writer and Cottekill resident Steve Hamilton
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 5 days ago
said. “I wondered what if I tried to create a fully committed career criminal and still have that bond with the reader like Donald Westlake did with the Parker series.” A native of Detroit, he had always loved crime fiction and cites Raymond... Read more
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The China Post
A new life for crime writer Steve Hamiltonsaid. "I wondered what if I tried to create a fully committed career criminal a
A new life for crime writer Steve Hamilton
The China Post / Posted 6 days ago
said. "I wondered what if I tried to create a fully committed career criminal and still have that bond with the reader like Donald Westlake did with the Parker series." A native of Detroit, he had always loved crime fiction and cites Raymond... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke, known for bold style, dies at 53hired gun and professional thief, made his debut in 1962 in Richard Stark’s “Th
Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke, known for bold style, dies at 53
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 10 days ago
hired gun and professional thief, made his debut in 1962 in Richard Stark’s “The Hunter.” Stark was a pseudonym of the late Donald Westlake. Cooke’s drawings of Catwoman, Batman, Green Lantern, Minutemen, and other superhero characters have been... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke, known for bold style, dieshired gun and professional thief, made his debut in 1962 in Richard Stark's "Th
Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke, known for bold style, dies
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 10 days ago
hired gun and professional thief, made his debut in 1962 in Richard Stark's "The Hunter." Stark was a pseudonym of the late Donald Westlake. Cooke described his adaptations as being like noir movies on paper. Concerning his book "The Score," he... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke dieshired gun and professional thief, made his debut in 1962 in Richard Stark's "Th
Comic book artist Darwyn Cooke dies
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 10 days ago
hired gun and professional thief, made his debut in 1962 in Richard Stark's "The Hunter." Stark was a pseudonym of the late Donald Westlake. Cooke described his adaptations as being like noir movies on paper. Concerning his book "The Score," he... Read more
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The Irish Times
Crime reviews: glittering and seedy get equal time in subtle proceduralmidwest in flight from the man who broke her heart, agonisingly unable to divin
Crime reviews: glittering and seedy get equal time in subtle procedural
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
midwest in flight from the man who broke her heart, agonisingly unable to divine what might be her future. With nods to Donald Westlake and Jim Thompson and more than a flavour of The Last Seduction, The Passenger is one hell of a whiskey-soaked... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Bear With Me: Noir masterpieces"Hard Case Crime." "Hard Case" has republished old, out-of-print crime fiction
Bear With Me: Noir masterpieces
Colorado Daily / Posted 20 days ago
"Hard Case Crime." "Hard Case" has republished old, out-of-print crime fiction titles by writers like Lawrence Block and Donald Westlake. I had never heard of these writers and likely would have passed over them if it weren't for the book's... Read more

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