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Review: SMALLBONE DECEASED by Michael Gilbert

Somehow I had managed to never hear of Michael Gilbert until I downloaded copies of both the Mystery Writers of America and UK Crime Writers Association top 100 crime novels lists last year. 547 more words

Book Review

That would be Michael Gilbert, author of some of the best mysteries you have never read. It torques me mightily that he is not better known on this side of the pond.

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After a long hiatus from the stage, New York actor and director Michael Gilbert decided to get some headshots and get back on stage. We did a combination of studio and environmental natural light portraits to get him ready to start auditioning again. 7 more words

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To Catch A Spy edited by Eric Ambler (1964)

Seven short stories about spies, selected and with a genial introduction by Eric Ambler, who gives a useful summary of the spy genre from the turn of the century up to the early 1960s: 3,385 more words


Guest Post: The Potentially Perverse Effects of Campaign Finance Disclosure Laws

Professor Michael Gilbert from the University of Virginia Law School contributes the following guest post:

Since at least the 1970s, proponents of campaign finance regulations in the United States and elsewhere have supported mandatory disclosure of monies spent on politics.  482 more words

Guest Commentary

Cover Lover: Smallbone Deceased

Smallbone Deceased is a classic mystery novel that takes place in the law firm of Horniman, Birley, and Craine. Shortly after the death of founding partner Abel Horniman, the strangled body of trustee Marcus Smallbone is found in a hermetically sealed file box. 506 more words

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RSS Feeds Actually Feeds

I had never thought of subscribing to RSS feeds until I was asked to subscribe it for our CMWP assignment. However, my perception of the feed changed entirely after I subscribed to it.

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