A photographic addendum to our reflections on the late, great Elleston Trevor.
I wanted to wait and post these images when I knew they could accompany the news that my interview with Elleston Trevor, conducted in 1994 about a year before his death, had been posted on The Unofficial Quiller Web Site (http://www.quiller.net/trevor/trevormemorandum.html). Now, without further ado, other than special thanks to Simon Drax for logistical assistance…
The cover of the British first edition of my favorite Quiller novel that Elleston autographed for me at Bouchercon in Omaha.
Elleston’s comment: “Tailgating distinctly dangerous.”
With Elleston at his home in Cave Creek, Arizona, when I visited him during the Left Coast Crime Conference in Scottsdale. Note the Quiller paperback jackets over my left shoulder.
I have no idea what we’re drinking—possibly sherry—but if memory serves me correctly, it’s too light to be Fernet Branca.
Me, Elleston, and Chaille at one of our convention encounters. I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve forgotten which one, or who the other two people are, but it was the only photo I had that included Chaille.
Elleston’s dog, Katrina. Chaille say she is smiling. She was a total sweetheart, so that’s probably true.