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September 11, 2009

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Patti Abbott

Thanks, Bonnie. Looks like fun.

Bob Randisi

Bonnie, many thanks for the kind words about the First cases books. Much appreciated.

RJR

BV Lawson

It is I who should be thanking you, Bob, for all the work you've done in the crime fiction community as author and supporter. I'm particularly grateful for your support of short stories in the many anthologies you've edited and your focus on PI fiction. FYI, for those of you interested in writing private eyes, check out Bob's book "Writing The Private Eye Novel."

Mike Dennis

Bonnie--
Good job in reminding us all about Bob Randisi's great work in this area.
--Mike Dennis
Las Vegas

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