Hollywood P.I. Case of The Missing Screen Writer

Hollywood P.I. Case of The Missing Screen Writer

by Don Crutchfield

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Overview

Hollywood P.I. Case of The Missing Screen Writer by Don Crutchfield

The case of The Missing Screen Writer is a riveting documentary of an 18 year investigation into the disappearance of Producer/Screen Writer Gary Devore. An introduction by James Ellroy, provides all you will need to have this book grabbing you from the first page to the last. With an excerpt from James Ellroy himself it reads:
  You'll be inside Crutchfield's craaaazy head as he pieces together disparate bits on the death of Hollyweird screenwriter Gary Devore who went tits-up in his car on a stretch of the California desert - maybe?
This job smelled fishy from Jump Street.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982204696
Publisher: Bay Publishing
Publication date: 11/15/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 333
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Don Crutchfield has been a private investigator for four decades. His list of clients and subjects reads like a Who's Who of Hollywood. Present and former clients include Marlon Brando, the Beatles, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Charles Bronson, Jerry Lewis, Carroll O'Connor, Farrah Fawcett, Baby Face Edmonds, Ryan O'Neil and Tatum O'Neil. Subjects of his investigations include Michael Jackson, Lisa Marie Presley, Tim Allen, Roseanne Barr, O.J. Simpson, Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown, Bruce Willis, Robert Downey, Jr., Pamela Anderson, Tommy Lee, Christian Slater and Charlie Sheen. Crutchfield worked as a special investigator for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Shortly after the Common Wealth of the Bahamas received its independence from England. Don Crutchfield helped the Bahamians set up internal security. He was the Chief of Police for the Ministry of Health. During the 1980s Crutchfield worked with the government of Mexico as a Captain of the Federales and a Major in the Mexico Police Department. He was also closely associated with other police agencies in the United States and abroad. Crutchfield has an international reputation, but his primary base of operations has always been the Los Angeles area. He is regularly contacted as a prime source of information by such media outlets as the LA Times, Primetime Live, 48 Hours, E! Entertainment and Bill O'Reilly. He has been interviewed on Entertainment Tonight, Hard Copy, A Current Affair, CNN Newsnight, and Inside Edition. P.I. Crutchfield has also been the subject of feature articles in the New York Post and the LA Times. Professional Associations and Organizations Screen Actors Guild - AFTRA American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International Police Congress California Association of Licensed Investigators International Association of Chiefs of Police International Association of Hospital Security Hotel Security Chiefs Association Board of Directors, World Boxing Hall of Fame Books by Don Crutchfield Confessions of a Hollywood P.I. Protect Yourself at All Times Don is a central character in James Ellroy's bestselling novel, "Bloods A Rover". Dons Book's may be ordered online at: www.pi4stars.com

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