As he once told an interviewer, "I think that good dialogue is made up to sound realistic, but it isn't that real at all. That would bore you to death."
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Beginning in the 1950s, "Dutch" Leonard wrote short stories and Westerns, but fairly early on, he switched to crime novels - thrillers, mysteries, suspense, call 'em as you see 'em - and hasn't slowed down since.
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