David Chandler (March 1, 1912 – October 19, 1990) was an American screenwriter, novelist and playwright. He published a dozen novels and wrote screenplays for feature films and TV-series.
David Chandler (March 1, 1912 – October 19, 1990) was an American screenwriter, novelist and playwright. He recorded and wrote the autobiography of Joe Pasternak titled Easy the Hard Way (1956) but was probably best recognized for his novel The Gangsters (1975). He was married to Isabelle Bodkin (1940-1955) and to the actress and talent agent Rita Chandler (1957-1990). Jack McCall, Desperado story 1953 Columbia Pictures.
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David Chandler (writer). The Ramsden Case novel 1967 Simon & Schuster. Huelga novel 1970 Simon & Schuster (ISBN-13: 978-0671206475). David Chandler ( March 1, 1912 - October 19, 1990) was an American screenwriter, novelist and playwright. The Gangsters novel 1975 Morrow (ISBN-13: 9780688003142). The Aphrodite novel 1982 Ballantine Books (ISBN-13: 978-0345275455).
David Chandler was an American screenwriter, novelist and playwright. He recorded and wrote the autobiography of Joe Pasternak titled Easy the Hard Way but was probably best recognized for his novel The Gangsters. He was married to Isabelle Bodkin and to the actress and talent agent Rita Chandler Our magic isn't perfect. You can help our automatic cover photo selection by reporting an unsuitable photo. The cover is visually disturbing. The cover is not a good choice. Thank you for helping! Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users.
284 pp. New York: Simon & Schuster. The Spanish title of David Chandler's novel translates as Strike! The book takes you straight back to Waiting for Lefty, to the brave old world of 1933, when the working class was saintly, and only the boss was vile. The struggle of Daniel Garcia to organize the cam pesinos of Valley Verde, Cali fornia is conducted in a labor climate as Neanderthal as that of Homestead Steel. No Eastern dilettantes are funding a war chest for Garcia's cause. No nationwide grape boycott puts the squeeze on evil growers.
Den of Thieves introduced a phenomenal new fantasist to the world: David Chandler.
When allies become enemies, to whom can a clever thief turn? Armed with one of seven Ancient Blades, Malden was chosen by Fate to act as savior. And now there is no stopping the barbarian hordes from invading and pillaging the kingdom of Skrae. Den of Thieves introduced a phenomenal new fantasist to the world: David Chandler. With A Thief in the Night, he continues the saga of young cutpurse Malden, whose one tragic mistake has marked him for either doom or glory if his luck holds out.
David Chandler was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1971. He attended Penn State and received an MFA in creative writing. In his alter-ego as David Wellington, he writes critically acclaimed and popular horror novels and was one of the co-authors of the New York Times bestseller Marvel Zombies Return. Den of Thieves is his first fantasy novel, soon followed by A Thief in the Night and Honor Among Thieves.
As Chandler's last novel opens, Philip Marlowe meets a well-endowed redhead as she disembarks from the Super Chief and leads him to the California coast to solve a tale of big money and, of course, murder. Chandler wrote like a slumming angel and invested. Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology (Library of America).