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April 22, 2008

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Gerald So

On behalf of Kevin and all of Thrilling's contributors, I thank you for this honor.

Elaine Flinn

Congrats to the winners...even though some were not who I'd hoped would win.

Cameron Hughes

Thats a really great essay!

Aldous

Some very interesting choices.

Lily Courthope

For what it's worth (nada), I concur with every one of your choices. The winning books are outstanding, and Donald Westlake deserves every kudo tossed his way.

Levi Stahl

Congratulations to all the winners!

I'm particularly excited about the recognition for Westlake, because my employer, the University of Chicago Press, is republishing the first three Parker novels later this summer--the Press's first real foray into the world of noir! We'll be bringing out The Hunter, The Man with the Getaway Face, and The Outfit in late summer, and quite possibly more in coming seasons.

Melissa

I appreciate the list of crime related books. Looks good and I will check back for more.

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