Remembering Walter

or: The Secret Life of Walter (Witty)*

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Walter led a life as adventurous and often mysterious as his books. We welcome your comments on both here.

Be sure to click through the links at right to read the extraordinary memories and deep appreciation that his many friends and fans have posted to date.

* Thanks to Jean Heller for sharing this brilliant headline to her article describing Walter’s “Trailer Trash” book tour.

40 thoughts on “Remembering Walter

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  1. I am especially sad to hear of his passing. Whenever I got my hands on a Satterthwait novel, everything fell by the wayside. My introduction to his writing was WALL OF GLASS. I went to high school in Albuquerque and had a particular connection to the Joshua Croft mysteries, but it did not end there. In short, of all the authors I have read in my life, Satterthwait is largely responsible for my inspiration to pursue writing.

  2. I met Walter thru a mutual friend. She had met Walter when she was working as a playboy bunny bunny and he was a bartender. She dated him long before she met me. She told me he was perfect for me. We remained friends with emails and Skype calls. I will miss him. May he find peace wherever his soul is.

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