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Message Number: 100 - Monday, June 2, 2014 11:36:31 PDT
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Name:  MaryEllen Brown

Just finished "A Whisper to the Living". One question: In this book it is mentioned that Rostnikov and Sara have only one child, Joseph. In a previous Rostnikov mystery a daughter in mentioned and her two children. The children stay with the dective and his wife, Sara. Kindly ascertain if this is correct. Kaminsky was a superior mystery writer. Was this book written by a "ghost writer" and did I miss Elena's secret?

Message Number: 99 - Thursday, October 24, 2013 09:30:08 PDT
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Name:  matt beeson

Read Black Knight in Red Square and loved it!!!! Amazing author.

Message Number: 98 - Sunday, August 4, 2013 10:32:53 PDT
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Name:  Steven Brauneiss

I have read as many of Kaminsky's books and have enjoyed them all! Thank you Stuart Kaminsky for giving me so much pleasure.

Message Number: 97 - Friday, June 28, 2013 18:30:09 PDT
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Name:  Trudi Goodman

I am sorry that I didn't know that Stuart had passed on. I was recommending him as a read for an actor that I know and when I went up on line to get info I saw his obituary. I am very sorry for your loss. A few years back I wrote him a note thanking him for his wonderful books. I am a professional actor and I told him about my turn in GONE BABY GONE as Roberta Trett. He was gracious and menschish.
May he be Most Happy in Paradise.
If I had money I would contribute to your documentary. Please publicize it more so that people will know about what you are trying to do.
A FB page perhaps?
Please keep me in the loop....maybe at some point I can help. I would be happy to.
All My Best,
Trudi Goodman

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Message Number: 95 - Saturday, January 26, 2013 14:36:13 PDT
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Name:  Carlos Nells

Currently re-re-reading all the Kaminsky novels. They are as good as the first time I read them. The sign of good story telling.

Message Number: 94 - Thursday, August 16, 2012 08:00:04 PDT
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Name:  Kathy Weinberg

I was so sorry to hear of Mr. Kaminsky's death. His writing and his characters were a continuing delight. Inspector Rostnikov was my first love and favorite, but I just re-read Lieberman's Choice and the last line pierced my heart. Mr. Kaminsky must have been filled with compassion.

Message Number: 93 - Sunday, January 29, 2012 21:11:23 PDT
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Name:  Larry Hellyer

We miss you!

Message Number: 92 - Thursday, October 20, 2011 12:24:32 PDT
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Name:  Holly Jennings

I loved Stweart's books. I have laughed with some and enjoyed all. He got me "hooked" with just one book (Dancing in the Dark)and from then on I had to find more. I felt the same with his Liberman Series.
Stewart's Toby Peters series made me feel like I really wanted to meet Toby and his mention of the "old fashion" products used back in the 40's was a wonderful rememberence,of things gone by. I almost wish I was an adult then. What a writer and person, you will be missed and you are still loved!!!

Message Number: 91 - Thursday, April 28, 2011 18:48:29 PDT
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Name:  Peter Woolson

Thank you