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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Robert Parker
That "Runaway Man" is funny, scary and (mildly) prurient will come as no surprise to readers already familiar with the work (20 previous novels) of David Handler, who has won the Edgar Allan Poe Award, aka the Edgar, the prize awarded annually by the Mystery Writers of America.
"Elegant egalitarianism." That's how poet and drink critic Evan Rail describes the culture surrounding beer. Beer is, of course, cheaper than wine, its closest competitor among alcoholic beverages, and so more accessible to the masses that belly up to the bar.
"They were certainly not looking to go there and kill anyone," Parker said. "They were expecting a residence that was not occupied."
Miami-Dade County's former police director, Robert Parker, said the defendants were surprised to find Taylor home early that Monday morning.