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I wrote The Quark Maneuver in the early s after having spent the first half dozen years of my career writing about music, TV, and the movies for several publications, predominantly The New York Times. The only thing to come of that was a script I thought perfect for Harry Guardino and Brenda Vaccaro, who were at the heights of their careers at the time.
I had always wanted to write mysteries and was in love with the Inspector Maigret stories by Georges Simenon. I felt that New York City needed its own Maigret. Between the two I had the notion of taking a middle-aged, going-to-seed sort of character and sticking him a thriller plot, adding a girlfriend. Nonetheless, sticking an anomalous hero in a thriller won Forsyth fame, public acclaim and an Edgar Award. There was some polite applause, but no sale.
I doubt that Harry Guardino and Brenda Vaccaro ever got wind of it. Finally, a well-respected Hollywood agent told me to go back to New York and turn it into a novel.
After 18 rejections it was bought by Ballantine, the publisher that rejected it the first time a new and clearly more visionary editor had come on board. She considered the title too obscure. We changed it to The Quark Maneuver , referring to Likewise with the name of the Harry Guardino character, Paul DiGioia, the middle-aged, paunchy and somewhat grumpy detective lieutenant.
The Brenda Vaccaro role was Diana Contardo, a lost and lonely year-old who ran an Italian restaurant near the East River and who, fortuitously, got her exercise by doing martial arts.