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Bill Kent

Bill Kent is a journalist and critic whose writing has appeared in more than forty regional and national publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and Philadelphia Magazine. He lives in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, with his wife and son.

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In some parts of Philadelphia, you don't die, you don't get murdered, you don't commit suicide or fall off a roof or come home and light a cigarette when the oven pilot has gone out, blowing...

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When Andy Cosicki is summoned to the boss’s office to describe the murder she discovered, she finds a police lieutenant and Michael McSloan, the paper’s lawyer, waiting to hear...

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Neville Shepherd Ladderback, the Philadelphia Press's "old, dusty" obituary writer, is researching accountant Paul Small, a city legend in all things dealing with money, who was beaten to...

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