By Sheldon Catz
My Call From Columbo
On June 14, 1997, I was assembling the Summer issue of The Columbo Newsletter when the phone rang. “Sheldon?” an extremely recognizable gravelly voice rumbled over the line. “This is Peter Falk.” I was surprised, but not shocked. I had written to Falk — who died June 23 at age 83 — to pose a…
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