Reflections on The Sunset Gang

by Warren Adler Originally published in Humanistic Judaism Volume XIX, No. III, Summer 1991; reprinted in Volume XXXIV, No. II, Spring 2006. My parents moved to Florida in 1971, Considering their origins in the ghettos of Europe at the turn of the century, it seemed an ironic ending to a life of struggle and incessant […]

Mystery Scene, Published in Mystery Book News

If necessity is the mother of invention then Fiona FitzGerald, whose third incarnation is now appearing in Immaculate Deception, must be the granddaughter of necessity. She was created out of the compulsive need to “create” which surely afflicts all novelists. Add to that need the fear of time’s relentlessness and you have the perfect prescription […]

A Writer Who Says Getting His Own Way is the Way to Success

From New York Times, April 1, 1991 by Aljean Harmetz Hollywood can have Warren Adler’s work at a price. His price. Los Angeles – March 31 – At age 62, many writers, directors and actors are begging for work. But Warren Adler is being courted by Hollywood. “Actually, I’ve always thought of myself as a […]

In The Loop

From LA Style, 1990 “I was humiliated at Mortons last night,” Warren Adler says, sounding suspiciously as if he’s about to launch into a Rodney Dangerfield routine. “I had the worst table in the place. Facing the wall. They actually have a table like that. They just want to intimidate you. I’ll never go there […]