ft podcast: book club: when the sacred ginmill closes

December 5, 2011 § 1 Comment

Paul and Dave are joined by The Deceptionists’ Caroline Pruett and crime writer Jay Stringer to distill Lawrence Block’s When the Sacred Ginmill Closes. Who is Matt Scudder and what sets him apart from other great heroes of American noir?

Music:
“Last Call”
Dave Von Ronk

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§ One Response to ft podcast: book club: when the sacred ginmill closes

  • m.i.milliman says:

    i could not find this book in town. it must be a popular one. sounds good, i tried to read a L. Block book once before, but it was had. was not in love with it. but i’m gonna try this when i find it. might try Hitman in the meanwhile.

    Thats funny that mr. Stringer went on a NY tour on his honeymoon. kinda like the Lord of the Rings tour in New Zealand for crime lovers, eh? very funny.

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