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Freelancing & Retirement in Installments

“The etymology of freelance is exactly as it sounds. In medieval days if you were a ‘free lance’ you were a knight without a lord. You were a mercenary. 555 more words


Not a productive asset.

Integrity is not a conditional word. It doesn’t blow in the wind or change with the weather. It is your inner image of yourself, and if you look in there and see a man who won’t cheat, then you know he never will.

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Discovering John D. MacDonald at 100

Were he still alive John D. MacDonald, the prolific American crime writer, would have celebrated his centenary this year. 2016 was also meant to be the year Hollywood brought MacDonald a whole new audience. 2,288 more words

Cape Fear

Jessica Jones, Harry Bosch and Maggy Malone

What am I talking about?

Let me list more: Jessica Fletcher, Batman, Travis McGee, Chief Inspector Gamache, Sherlock Holmes, Walt Longmire, Marshal Rayland Givens . . 898 more words


Tough guys, part 1

I’ve been making a study of American crime fiction. Here are my takes on the debut novels or opening novels in a series by three well-known authors: Donald Westlake, John MacDonald and George Higgins. 1,121 more words

Book Reviews

Darker than Amber Recap

Oh, Robert Clouse. What will people remember you for? They will remember your for Enter the Dragon, which technically wasn’t even really your movie. You’ll be remembered for  3,514 more words


Rushion McDonald talks careers in showbiz on the next Sunday Morning Live

Fans of The Steve Harvey Show, Family Feud, and The Parkers are familiar with the comic genius of Rushion McDonald, the Emmy award winning executive producer of those shows, and many more. 166 more words

Sunday Morning Live