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Spillane

Mickey, original name Frank Morrison Spillane. born 1918, US detective-story writer, best known for his books featuring the detective Mike Hammer, for example I, the Jury (1947) and The Twisted Thing (1966)
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Spillane, a bearish man who wrote on an old manual Smith Corona typewriter, always claimed he did not care about reviews.
Spillane himself played Hammer in the 1963 film The Girl Hunters, which is believed to be the only time a mystery writer has portrayed his own detective.
"Elva Walker Spillane was one of the most gracious individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and working with," said Ernie Rosenberg, SDA President.
Now Joseph Spillane has provided a new, detailed history, carefully crafted and with reader-friendly summaries.
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Spillane began his career by writing for pulp magazines and comic books in order to pay for his schooling.
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After amazing run with Illini, Spillane's MLB journey begins in Montana
According to the co-author, who inherited several Mickey Spillane unfinished manuscripts, and has slowly been finishing them, he turned his attention to this one which he says was the most complete of all, including the author's final chapter as he had written it.
In the heyday of American Western cinema, bestselling author Mickey Spillane wrote a film script for his good friend and Hollywood legend, John Wayne, star of western classics like Stagecoach, The Searchers, and True Grit.