Boston, MA -- August 28, 2007

Reading Maigret and the Crime at Lock Fourteen, by Georges Simeon. I love the author photo.

His favorite book--East of Eden, by John Steinbeck. The best part—when the bouncer gets murdered. How does it make him feel? He’s at a loss to say.

He's read lots of books recently, including a bio of John Cocteau.

His own book—it'd be about an obscure part of history of the waterfront east of Boston. It used to bustle, but so much industry and manufacturing ended by the 70s when factories became lofts. It's now a nice neighborhood, hilly parts with nice views of this side.

What does he have to say about Boston? The public transit is decrepit, they need newer, need to update. It’s the oldest subway in America. Park Street has history. Boston Commons is a nice place to go.

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