Publishers Weekly: "Considering the wealth of professional and personal information, it's tempting to call this definitive." Francis M. Nevins, twice winner of the prestigious Edgar award for critical studies of Cornell Woolrich and Ellery Queen, delivers an unsurpassable work on "all things Queen." With an extensive bibliography, detailed histories of Ellery Queen in books, movies, radio and television, and reminiscences by both Fred Dannay and Manfred B. Lee who formed the writing partnership that created Ellery Queen, the book provides the most complete account available of how two Brooklyn cousins reshaped the modern detective novel. With 12 pages of photos and an index.
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|Publisher:||Perfect Crime Books|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.76(d)|
About the Author
Francis M. Nevins is the author of many popular culture books on mysteries and films, including two studies that were awarded Edgars by the Mystery Writers of America (Cornell Woolrich: First You Dream, Then You Die and Royal Bloodline: Ellery Queen, Author and Detective). In addition, Nevins has written many short stories and a number of novels. His previous books for Perfect Crime include a collection of his own short fiction, Night Forms, new editions of two novels, The 120 Hour Clock and The Ninety Million Dollar Mouse, and Love and Night: Unknown Stories by Cornell Woolrich.