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jer_bear711  has a new series set for publication in 2010 with a new wrinkle on seeing dead people that sounds a-MAAAAA-zing.  Click here for the full story.
And because nobody else mentioned it... As an Italian, I had a small problem with last night's Leverage.  Any mafioso worth his linguine with clam sauce would know the guy with the black suit and center-white collar is ALWAYS calledjer-bear711 has a new series set for publication in 2010 with a new wrinkle on seeing dead people that sounds a-MAAAAA-zing.  Click here for the full story.
And because nobody else mentioned it... As an Italian, I had a small problem with last night's Leverage.  Any mafioso worth his linguine with clam sauce would know the guy with the black suit and center-white collar is ALWAYS called "Father", never "Reverend".  Evah!  But I forgive them.  I forgive them everything, because of the following exchange between Timothy Hutton and Christian Kane:

Hutton: Let me get this straight, you killed a guy with an appetizer?   Did you just kill a guy with an appetizer?

Kane: It was the lemon juice.  I put a little on top of each one.   Maybe.

(Thanks, seanan_mcguire !  The line was much better the way they really did it.  :D)
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