Lenny Schneider
Created by Ed Goldberg

Detecting is easy, comedy is hard. Yet author Ed Goldberg seems to have pulled it off with his zinger-laden series about hardboiled, left-leaning New York Jewish private eye LENNY SCHNEIDER.

Lenny's debut, Served Cold (1994) won a Shamus for Best Original P.I. Paperback in 1995. In his second novel, 1998's Dead Air, he moves on out to Portland, Oregon, and in with his buddy Walter, a controversial radio show host at KOOK-FM. His third recorded case, 2001's Better Dead, has him investigating death threats made against the son of a blacklisted writer who committed suicide.

Author Goldberg currently works as a movie reviewer, interviewer, and DJ for an Oregon radio station.

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Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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