Created by Amy Gray "You're on boycott. I'm sending you a one-way ticket to disstown." -- an old boyfriend dismisses Amy In her best-selling 2003 roman à clef Spygirl, Big Apple writer Amy Gray relates her "True Adventures from My Life as a Private Eye." Gray was a twenty-something grunt toiling away in the New … Continue reading Amy Gray (Spygirl)
It Ain't All Booze, Bullets and Babes...(or "How Two Wrights Make a Wrong") Folks send me stuff all the time, but this clipping sent to me from John Larsen from the January 22, 2021 Chicago Tribune just really stuck in my craw. It's one hell of a way for a hardworking gumshoe to start off the … Continue reading My Scrapbook: Be Careful Out There!
Created by Paul Bernbaum For truth, justice and the American way... LOUIS SIMO is the fictional private eye set loose to investigate the mysterious real-life death of 1950s actor George Reeves in Hollywoodland, director Allen Coulter and writer Paul Bernbaum's ambitious 2006 release. It's actually two films, really, or rather two separate but interwoven stories, … Continue reading Louis Simo (Hollywoodland)
(1938-2000) “Milo is half the size of Cannon, not nearly as handsome as Mannix and a lot shorter than Barnaby Jones... He’s a quiet, soft-spoken guy, on the small side, with glasses. He could pass for a bank clerk. But he’s handled more cases than all the television sleuths combined, about 35,000 over the years.” … Continue reading Milo Speriglio