I don't recall ever seeing Gehman's DRIVEN but even if I had I might
have skipped it given his non-fiction I had read that lacked any
depth. I read his Bogart book when it came out in 1965 and it was
very slight, trading on his relationship with the actor to give it the
"Intimate biography" label.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mark R. Harris"
Much of his writing focuses on his intimate
> connection with such high-profile personalities as Eddie Condon, Harry
> Richman, Hugh Hefner, and Humphery Bogart.
> The Slander of Witches (New American Library, 1956) -- "A shocking
> small-town sin"
> The Had (Trident Press, 1965)
> On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 10:33 PM, Jeff Vorzimmer <jvorzimmer@...>
> > recently picked up a book he wrote on Sinatra and The Rat Pack.
> > biography of The Rat Pack I think. Haven't gotten around to
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