Welcome to the site. I too first discovered Whittemore through that article in Harpers. Do keep us posted about your progression through the series: reflections, insights, criticisms and so forth. Hope you have fun! --Previous Message--
: I'm still raving about Ed whittmore to my
: reading friends, please keep up the good
: --Previous Message--
: Hi Paul,
: Thank you for visiting the site and welcome
: to the JD message board. I hope you enjoy
: Whittemore's books. If so please consider
: making a contribution to the First
: Impressions page.
: The Harper's article is indeed a very fine
: piece. I do in fact have a reference to it
: on the NEWS page. Unfortunately I cannot
: reproduce the article on the site due to
: copyright reasons. It has served its purpose
: very well as it has brought new readers to
: this most neglected author.
: --Previous Message--
: Hi Folks
: I'm new to Edward Whittemore and want to
: thank you for the great and informative
: site. I just read a good essay on
: Whittemore in the April or May edition of
: Harper's. I was intrigued right away and
: even more so now that I've flipped through
: your website. I recommend you post a link
: or reference to the Harper's article.
: I also like your nine books that should be
: made into film list. In a similar vein I
: always wondered why Minority Report by PK
: Dick wasn't made into a film. I guess it
: sometimes takes fifty years for a great
: story to hit the cellulod screen (digital
: processor these days). I plan to read some
: of the nine if I can find them.
: On another track, ten books that should be
: films from the crime and detective story
: bookshelf include The Burke Series by
: Andrew Vachss. I recommend readers that
: like tough gritty, 'vengence is mine'
: contemporary crime drama read Vachss.
: Start with the first one
: "Flood." I think the Nolan
: Brothers (Memento, Following, Insommnia)
: should tackle this movie.
: Enough said, I'm off the Amazon.ca to order
: the first two Whittemore's, they're on
: thanks thanks for a new read
: paul macdougall
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Welcome to the site. I too first discovered Whittemore through that article in Harpers. Do keep us posted about your progression through the series: reflections, insights, criticisms and so forth. Hope you have fun!