Hello, and welcome. I’m a mystery/suspense writer with 8 published novels and more on the way. I live in New York City, where I worked for many years at Murder Ink®, the world’s first mystery bookstore. I grew up in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, then came to New York for college, and I never left. I was a professional actor and theatrical composer for a while before concentrating on my first love, mystery novels.

You’ll find information here about my novels and short stories. You’ll also find info about the movie they made from my novel, Valentine, and about the musical I wrote for Broadway, Musical Chairs, with links for purchasing the libretto and the original cast recording. I didn’t care for the movie, but I’m very proud of that musical!

Because I was a mystery bookseller for longer than some of you have been alive, and because I’m an active member of MWA (Mystery Writers of America) and IACW (International Association of Crime Writers), and because half of my friends are mystery writers, I’m also going to have the Mystery Man blog here for general mystery musings. My musings, of course, but I know a thing or two. I’ve read just about everything worth reading from Poe to the present, and I’ll have lists: my favorite classics, my favorite new authors, movies every mystery buff should have in their DVD/download library. Stuff like that. Take a look and see what you think.

Thank you for visiting. Please drop in again.

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There Goes the Neighborhood: A Rant From Greenwich Village

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Over the years, it has been the home of Edgar Allan Poe, Eugene O’Neill, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Sam Shepard, Carole King, Larry Kramer, John Belushi, and Madonna. The “beat” and “hippie” movements were essentially started here, and the Beatles had a recording studio right around the corner. Today, most of these people probably wouldn’t want to live here. Continue reading

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