Dan Erwine

History
Dan Erwine

Twenty-six Seconds

TWENTY-SIX SECONDS, A PERSONAL HISTORY OF THE ZAPRUDER FILM Anyone who survived the 1960s can probably remember being asked: “Where were you when President Kennedy was

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Film
Dan Erwine

High Noon

HIGH NOON, THE HOLLYWOOD BLACKLIST AND THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN CLASSIC Subtitled The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic, High Noon

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Crime
Dan Erwine

The Skeleton Crew

THE SKELETON CREW: HOW AMATEUR SLEUTHS ARE SOLVING AMERICA’S COLDEST CASES This book is not to be confused with Skeleton Crew, Stephen King’s 1985 collection

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Film
Dan Erwine

Silent Echoes

Silent Echoes, Discovering Early Hollywood Through the Films of Buster Keaton For a recent wedding anniversary gift, my wife bought me The Art of Buster

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Moonbird Boy

Moonbird Boy is the fourth in a series of five mystery novels by Abigail Padgett, published as a series in the mid-1990s. All five novels

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Autobiography/Memoir
Dan Erwine

Off Mike

Off Mike, A Memoir of Talk Radio Michael Krasny always wanted to be a writer like his idols Norman Mailer and Saul Bellow, but other things

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Biography
Dan Erwine

Mantan the Funnyman

Mantan the Funnyman, The Life and Times of Mantan Moreland Mantan Moreland was a comedian and actor in old-time movies and was usually seen playing

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Drood

There’s something strangely familiar about Dan Simmons’ Drood. In mid-nineteenth century England Charles Dickens and William Wilkie Collins were successful writers and good friends. They

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

The Best of Connie Willis

With publication of the massive two-volume novel Blackout and All Clear in 2010, Connie Willis was subsequently named Grandmaster of Science Fiction. In the wake of this

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Night Film

Night Film is a private investigation thriller with touches of the supernatural. P. I. Scott McGrath has already damaged his reputation looking into the affairs of

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

Neuromancer

It’s been 30 years since the first publication of Neuromancer, the essential cyberpunk novel. A jaundiced response to the 1980’s “morning in America,” cyberpunk is a bastard

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