"basket weaving" revisited

Wilson Gray hwgray at GMAIL.COM
Thu May 24 20:42:55 UTC 2007

Apparently so, Joel.

Addendum to his NYT obit, as published on the nerowolfe.org site:

"_Professor [Robin William] Winks was the mystery reviewer for the
Boston Globe_. He also served as a judge for the Nero Award, presented
each year by the Wolfe Pack for best American mystery fiction."


On 5/24/07, Joel S. Berson <Berson at att.net> wrote:
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> At 5/24/2007 02:58 PM, Wilson wrote:
> >As well as the reviewer of detective / cop stories, murder mysteries,
> >and books of that ilk for the Boston Globe. (I don't recall the dates,
> >but who can forget a name like "Robin W. Winks"?
> Apparently I could -- and I've been reading the Boston Globe since
> 1959.  I do not recall the name before encountering his _What is
> Evidence?_ a couple of months ago.
> Joel
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