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8/17/2010 11:00:00 AM
 Ruvo del Monte - Mayor Donato Romano's Invitation and Dragica Dina Hunter's response
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8/17/2010 10:00:00 AM
 Ruvo del Monte - Dragica Dina Hunter's speech - English version
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8/17/2010 9:00:00 AM
 Ruvo del Monte - Giovanni Tata's speech - English version
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8/17/2010 8:00:00 AM
 Ruvo del Monte - il discorso di Antonio Mecca - versione italiana
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8/17/2010 7:00:00 AM
 Peppino Ferrieri - COPPOLA GENEALOGY
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2/9/2008
 NY Times Theater Review - 'Minsky's'
NY Times Theater Review By Charles Isherwood
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2/1/2008
 LA Times - 'Minsky's'
LA Times Review By Rob Weinert-Kendt
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1/21/2008
 Minsky's
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6/12/2007
 FINAL CURTAIN
The play by Ed McBain opened the Myster Writer's Festival at Owensboro, Kentucky June 12-17, 2007.
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12/21/2005
 HAIL TO THE CHIEF
Ed McBain signs off with the cops of the 87th searching for a serial killer BY BILL BELL
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11/11/2005
 LAST DANCE
NY Times book review By Marlyn Stasio

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10/28/2005
 LIVING THE LITERARY LIFE
Fairfield County Times, by Patricia D'Ascoli
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4/30/2005
 "TRANSGRESSIONS"
Highly recommended for all fiction collections.... ... pound-for-pound the best reading value of the season... So how's the mix? It's as if it were made by a good friend who knows just what you like--and even remembers that you like to be surprised once in a while
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2/3/2005
 ANOTHER GOOD INTERVIEW
BACK IN JANUARY OF 2000, BUT A LOT OF GOOD INFO IN IT.
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1/31/2005
 INTERESTING INTERVIEW
MOSTLY ABOUT THE EVAN HUNTER NOVEL "LIZZIE"
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1/17/2005
 PEOPLE ON "ALICE"
A 3-STAR REVIEW FOR ALICE!
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1/12/2005
 NYTBR on ALICE
"Without making light of Alice's distress, McBain takes nasty delight in turning the crisis into a three-ring circus, with competitive teams of clumsy police detectives, arrogant F.B.I. agents and a clueless sheriff running parallel investigations and botching them through bad luck and sheer ineptitude." CLICK TO READ THE FULL REVIEW.
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12/2/2004
 BOOKLIST ON "ALICE"
"If this were his first novel, we'd anoint him the next great crime novelist of the new century. But since we have more than 50 years of great work on which to judge him, we'll say instead that he's still at the top of his game."
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11/17/2004
 PUBLISHERS WEEKLY ON "ALICE"
"A swift, cleverly plotted story line, sassy dialogue and a well-drawn, resilient heroine make this gripper a hands-down success. As one of our most prolific and talented writers, McBain appears to have struck gold once again."
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11/17/2004
 KIRKUS ON "ALICE"
This is the very first professional review on "Alice in Jeopardy."
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10/20/2004
 LATEST REVIEW ON "HARK!"
" Ed McBain did not quite invent the police procedural. Dashiell Hammett did not invent the private eye novel, either, but he popularized it, and Raymond Chandler then became its greatest practitioner. Mr. McBain both popularized this important literary subgenre and became its greatest practitioner." ***********
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9/3/2004
 NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW ON "HARK"
"If love can't conquer all, it's nice to know that an angry woman can make a monkey out of a terrorist."
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8/5/2004
 BOSTON GLOBE REVEWS "HARK!
"With a series as long-running as this one (since 1956), coming up with something fresh would seem pretty much impossible. But McBain shows why he is a master."
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7/19/2004
 KIRKUS REVIEWS on HARK!
... WORLD'S BEST-LOVED DETECTIVE TEAM..." "YOU CAN'T DO BETTER THAN McBAIN." NOW READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW:
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7/17/2004
 PUBLISHERS WEEKLY REVIEW
"... ZANY ROMP..." "... HILARIOUS RESULTS..." "... PITCH-PERFECT DIALOGUE..." "...FORGET ABOUT DINNER OR A GOOD NIGHT'S REST..." NOW CLICK TO READ IT ALL:
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2/26/2004
 WASHINGTON POST ON "FRUBAN"
In all its splendor, not a word cut.
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2/7/2004
 USA TODAY REVIEW
HERE'S THE REVIEW IN ITS ENTIRETY:
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1/7/2004
 ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
"What a joy to watch these same characters at work after 47 years..."
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1/6/2004
 NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
"If cops and kidnappers and girl singers and music industry execs don't talk the way they do in Ed McBain novels, they should."
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1/4/2004
 BOSTON HERALD
Do not follow the suggestion in the poem. Do not shun "The Frumious Bandersnatch."
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12/12/2003
 THE BARNES AND NOBLE REVIEW
"McBain's breezy, entertaining style and storytelling skills -- which have, if possible, only strengthened over the years -- make this a consistently winning series with a likable cast of characters who seem like old friends"
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11/30/2003
 BOOKLIST ON BANDERSNATCH
ANOTHER PRE-PUBLICATION RAVE!
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11/25/2003
 KIRKUS REVIEW ON BANDERSNATCH
"Does anybody need a reason to start reading this venerable series now? If you do, try this: It's the freshest 48-year-old in town. "
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11/25/2003
 FIRST BANDERSNATCH REVIEW
From PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY, November 3, 2003
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9/3/2003
 ERNEST HENRY'S LITTLE POEM
ERNEST TITLED IT MERELY "TO BOTH OF YOU" (MEANING DRAGICA AND ME) FROM BOTH OF US (MEANING ERNEST AND WIFE, NADINE.) HERE IT IS:
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6/21/2003
 INQUIRER ON "MOMENT"
"EVAN HUNTER's latest novel, The Moment She Was Gone, is an absorbing familial mystery and another superb read."
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5/23/2003
 THE MOMENT SHE WAS GONE
ADVANCE REVIEWS
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4/15/2003
 A LITTLE SITDOWN
A brand new short story in the May issue of ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY MAGAZINE
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2/24/2003
 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH BEST BOOKS OF 2002
Post-Dispatch chooses THE MOMENT SHE WAS GONE as one of the best fiction books of 2002.
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1/19/2003
 PEOPLE MAGAZINE REVIEWS "OLLIE"
"Feloniously funny!"
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1/19/2003
 NY TIMES BOOK REVIEW ON "OLLIE"
"Howlingly funny!"
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1/19/2003
 LONDON GUARDIAN REVIEWS "OLLIE"
"McBain achieves the artsiest and most austere of conceits: writing about writing."  
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1/19/2003
 AMAZON REVIEWS ON "FAT OLLIE"
THEY ADD UP TO FIVE STARS *****
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1/19/2003
 BARNES AND NOBLE ON "OLLIE"
"The humor, suspense, and sheer storytelling élan that have marked this series from the beginning continue to make themselves felt."
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1/19/2003
 BOOKLIST REVIEW ON "OLLIE"
"This is the 50-plus entry for the 87th Precinct crew, and none has been funnier."
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1/19/2003
 LIBRARY JOURNAL ON "OLLIE"
"One would never know that this is the 52nd book in a series, for it is as fresh and vibrant as all the rest. "
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1/19/2003
 LONDON MIRROR REVIEWS "OLLIE"
"DON'T MISS!"
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1/14/2003
 RALEIGH NEWS OBSERVER ON "OLLIE"
"A tautly plotted and very funny tour de force!"
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10/14/2002
 ICE
AS CHILLING AS ITS TITLE.
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9/23/2002
 HITCHCOCK FORUM
JOSEPH STEFANO, ARTHUR LAURENTS AND EVAN HUNTER TALK ABOUT WORKING WITH ALFRED HITCHCOCK.
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