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Robert J. Randisi

1951 -

He's been called astonishingly prolific. He's been called "the last of the great pulp writers."

Robert J. Randisi has fought to ensure that P.I. fiction gets some respect, not just through his many splendid contributions to the genre in the form of his fictional eyes creations of Miles Jacoby, Henry Po, Nick Delvecchio or a host of others, as entertaining as they may be, but through his tireless promotion of the genre through his numerous non-fiction articles, his co-founding, with Ed Gorman, of Mystery Scene magazine and most of all through his founding of The Private Eye Writers of America in 1981.


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June 25, 2015 Edited by Hemanth Kumar Bio, date of birth, and other names of the author
July 23, 2010 Edited by Added new photo
September 7, 2008 Edited by RenameBot fix author name
April 1, 2008 Created by an anonymous user initial import