Monthly Archives: December 2012

Standing In Airports, Holding A Book, Listening To Stories

This week a reader of The Sanibel Sunset Detective novels e-mailed me several questions, ending with this one: “Why does a man with ten published books to his credit spend his time hawking a handful of them in an airport?”

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Trapped In A Snow Drift With A Legendary Movie Star, Television’s Biggest Actor, A Sex Symbol–and A Canadian Icon Named Pinsent

Reading through Next, Gordon Pinsent’s delightful autobiography (written with his friend, and mine, George Anthony), reminds me of the first time I got to know Gordon while we were trapped in a snow drift in northern British Columbia with one legendary

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