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Elmore Leonard: 10 Questions

For this week's print edition of TIME, I interviewed the author Elmore Leonard, who lives outside Detroit. He's written several books that've been adapted into films, including The Bounty Hunters, Get Shorty and Three-Ten to Yuma. Here's a video of the interview:

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    Enjoyed this very much.

    Shared it with Tom McGuane who is another great Michigan Writer.

    My wife and I especially enjoyed Jackie Brown because it portrayed a very sharp black woman who outfoxes everyone. Very clever story tale. And something of a tribute to Dutch's perception of things in Detroit.

    Enjoyed watching him at Club DejaVu as well and hope that someday he really captures what the hell happened.

    Bill

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