Actually, Redden started working on the Hurwitz case for WW, which he left to start PDXS, where he chased the story for more years. And then when he was done catching THAT killer he caught Ward Weaver.
Note to self: never wind up on Jim Redden's radar screen.
Highlight: Markovitch serving as capo in the heretofore uncapo'd frontier of 108-109.
Since you told me about this at the Coens screening I went ahead and bought it, and it's hella worth $10. Just showing it off to people and watching them play it is cool.
thanks for the tip
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