Well, this was a little something different we did a while back, instead of a P.I. Poll. Instead, we had a little fun, and actually gave away a prize for whoever could name the private eyes pictured here. They're all icons or logos that identified various series eyes on paperbacks in the last forty years or so. Take a look, and see if you can figure out who these guys are. When you think you know, click on the picture and go to the page, to read about the eye.

The winner was Paul Bishop, who scored nine out of ten, and received a brand new copy of The Big Book of Noir, by Ed Gorman, Lee Server and Martin H. Greenberg, courtesy of contributor Duane Swierczynski.

The other finalists were Anne Petersen, Steve Brown, Jim Doherty, Robert Randisi, Christopher Mills, Still, Paul Bergin, Mike Morris, Mark Best, Darwin and Rick Robinson. Thanks to them and all the others who participated. If we get another prize donated, we might do something like this again. I thought it was kinda fun.

As always, though, let me know what you think...

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