Flashback: When Elmore Leonard, a “rising young writer of Western novels,” debuted (sort of) in The New YorkerMay 3, 2018
The career zenith of Elmore Leonard, “the most cinematic novelist in the English language”August 26, 2016
Dark, sexy, funny: What makes Out of Sight the best film version of an Elmore Leonard novelAugust 24, 2016
Lorenzo Carcaterra: Elmore Leonard “brought his characters close enough to life they could be touched”September 3, 2014
Gregg Sutter on Elmore Leonard’s “dialogue-driven crime novels with an emphasis on character”August 25, 2014
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