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Two down, one to go. I’ve just finished the newest Andy Carpenter book, “Who Let the Dog Out?”. It will come out July 21st, the same day as “Lessons from Tara”. Next is “Blackout”, coming out in the fall. Anybody out there willing to write it for me? Facebook David Rosenfelt http://ift.tt/1hqYFLC

January 22, 2015 at 04:54AM via Facebook

Two down, one to go. I’ve just finished the newest Andy Carpenter book, “Who Let the Dog Out?”. It will come out July 21st, the same day as “Lessons from Tara”. Next is “Blackout”, coming out in the fall. Anybody willing to write it for me?

January 22, 2015 at 04:54AM via Facebook

Two down, one to go. I’ve just finished the newest Andy Carpenter book, “Who Let the Dog Out?”. It will come out July 21st, the same day as “Lessons from Tara”. Next is “Blackout”, coming out in the fall. Anybody out there willing to write it for me?

From Facebook

Well, it’s time for my annual ‘Ten Best Books of the Year” list. I must say that this was not a great year for books, so the list is a little skimpy. Here goes:
1. “Hounded” – by David Rosenfelt
2. “Without Warning” – by David Rosenfelt Facebook David Rosenfelt http://ift.tt/1hqYFLC

December 25, 2014 at 04:45AM via Facebook

Well, it’s time for my annual ‘Ten Best Books of the Year” list. I must say that this was not a great year for books, so the list is a little skimpy. Here goes:
1. “Hounded” – by David Rosenfelt
2. “Without Warning” – by David Rosenfelt

December 18, 2014 at 11:02AM via Facebook

This sign was in front of the grammar school in Paterson that I went to. It might explain the quality of my work. http://ift.tt/1sE3xQA

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From Facebook

I have come up with a way for us to express our collective outrage at my losing the Nobel Prize and the 1.1 million dollar award. If all of you send me large chunks of money, we can raise 1.2 million for me, and show those crooks that we don’t need their stupid prize. Checks or money orders are OK, but there’s nothing like cash to show outrage. Facebook David Rosenfelt http://ift.tt/1hqYFLC

October 09, 2014 at 04:22AM via Facebook

I have come up with a way for us to express our collective outrage at my losing the Nobel Prize and the 1.1 million dollar award. If all of you send me large chunks of money, we can raise 1.2 million for me, and show those crooks that we don’t need their stupid prize. Checks or money orders are OK, but there’s nothing like cash to show outrage.

From Facebook

As an about to be named Nobel Laureate in literature, I would like to sincerely welcome today’s chemistry winners to our select little club. Though we are in different fields, our accomplishments are quite similar. They brought “optical microscopy into the nanodimension”. I wrote “Hounded”. Six of one, half a dozen of the other… Facebook David Rosenfelt http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/121834917861664