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April 14, 2017

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Art Taylor

Sounds like a great book here—and a fascinating woman indeed!

BV Lawson

Definitely a trailblazer and a person of integrity, Art. I wish she'd written more crime fiction, but we're fortunate to have the books she chose to write!

Todd Mason

Cool...snow-cool, obviously, at times. Wonder if MHz Worldview or anyone similar is importing her screen work...

BV Lawson

I couldn't find any info on that, Todd - but maybe if some Hollywood type reads this blog, it will give them some ideas. ;-)

Todd Mason

WOLF, aka VARG, is an adaptation of her work that has (barely) been released in the US...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0937378/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

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