Tuesday, November 30, 2010

New novel and old passion for cop-turned-writer Joe Wambaugh

Peter Rowe at The San Diego Union-Tribune offers an interesting piece on Joseph Wambaugh, the Los Angeles Police Department detective who went on to become a best-selling author.

Wambaugh, who has written classic police novels like The Choirboys and classic true crime books like The Onion Field, has written a new novel called Hollywood Hills.

You can read the newspaper story via the below link:


You can also read my review of Joe Wambaugh's last novel, Hollywood Moon, and link to my interview with him, via the below link:


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