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PHOTO ALBUM - Selected photos from Dick's appearances.
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Dick, Duane Swierczynski, Jason Starr and Hilary Davidson, listening to panel moderator Reed Farrell Colman at the Albany, NY Bouchercon.
Dick and an army of mystery authors at a Murder on the Menu event at the Cerritos Library in Cerritos, CA.
Dick with (clockwise) Kenneth Wishnia, moderator Terri Nolan, Harry Hunsicker and Gary Phillips, the Jagged Edge of Death (hardboiled mystery) panel at the 2014 Left Coast Crime conference in Monterey, CA
At Darkness in the Sunlight, a gathering of crime writers at Club Med in the Bahamas, Dick makes a point while the great (and, alas, now late) Donald Westlake looks on aghast and Harlan Coben stifles a yawn.
Dick and former prosecutor-turned-novelist Marcia Clark at a recent book fair.
Dick and authors Judith Freeman and Gary Phillips on a panel devoted to "Raymond Chandler and his Los Angeles Legacy," during Night and the City, a weekend celebration of L.A. noir.
Joe Finder, Dick, Declan Hughes, Mark Coggins, Lee Goldberg and Russel McLean in San Francisco at a Bouchercon panel discussion of the novels of Robert B. Parker.
Right to left: Dick, mystery novelist Robert Levinson and William Link (who, with his collaborator, Richard Levinson, created, wrote and produced Columbo, Mannix and Murder She Wrote, among other legendary TV series) at a recent Men of Mystery celebration in Irvine, California.
Saying a fond farewell to L.A.'s Mystery Bookstore on its closing night, Dick, Diane Emley, store owner Kirk Pasich and Robert Crais.
Dick, Jack O'Halloran and Gar Haywood, on a panel chaired by critic and biographer Tom Nolan at the 2012 West Hollywood Book Fair. O'Halloran, who was Moose Malloy in the last film made from Raymond Chandler's Farewell, My Lovely, is the author of Family Legacy, based on his life as the son of Albert Anastasia, the infamous head of Murder, Inc.


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