(December 6, 1918 – November 18, 1982): American novelist and television scriptwriter. He published more than 20 novels, mostly mysteries and crime thrillers, some under the pseudonym Bill Peters. His novels were adapted for a number of films, the most famous being The Big Heat (1953) starring Glenn Ford & Gloria Grahame.
Fast action and wild, wild pleasure… The paper may have yellowed and crumbled away but the stories and a thousand thrills still hit the spot. Join the shady operators, voluptuous molls, ruthless bigshots, crooked (and sometimes honest) cops on a … Continue reading →
The Terrifying Story of a Cunning Psychopath Calling all cars – Some where on the turnpike there was a psychopathic killer, with the one person who could identify him now his hostage. It was early night, and he had already … Continue reading →
Rogue Cop A Red Badge Mystery By William P McGivern Author of The Big Heat The rogue cop was a good cop – smart, brave, experienced. But there was dirt on his hands. The dirt came from his association with … Continue reading →