As McKinney herself says, 'If you tell a lie enough times, you come to believe it.'
He wore a blue jumpsuit with flames over his crotch. He swirled a yellow cape on one arm, amid dancers dressed in spider-webbed leotards.
Maybe the best measure of my education is the fact that I have kept on writing.
Fictional detective heroes aren’t bound by the normal laws of space and time.
Parker was as macho as he seemed, as alpha as his first hero Spenser.
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