I thought it was because the Village People broke up. I am so out of it.By the way, I found a number of your westerns in hardcover (Evans Western Series, or something like that) in a back closet at Once Upon a Crime in Minneapolis. So of course I had to buy them. I think they'd been "lost" there because these were all westerns by writers who also wrote crime, such as yourself, Ed Gorman, Brian Garfield, and a couple of others, and OUAC is a mystery/crime shop.Now I have to decide if I put them on my bookshelf next to your other books or find my own closet for them. First, I have an urge to go to the YMCA.
You mean the Village People broke up? No wonder I miss the old days. Evans remaindered those books, so they turned up in a few places. Stilwell probably bought those copies when he was running the store.
Business Insider publishes an article on dancing? I suppose I have to go to Ballet Weekly for investment advice./The Village People, probably with none of the original members, still tours all over the country.//I can do the Hustle with the best of 'em.
I thought the village people were in an Agatha Christie novel.
I can't dance. Don't ask me.
I have, on occasion, been paid *not* to dance. By my wife.
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