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Marilyn the Wild

Jerome Charyn - Fiction - 2012 - 240 pages
A secret tryst threatens to turn two cops against each otherIsaac Sidel is a bear of a cop. Although his position as the commissioner’s first deputy is largely political, Sidel ...
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The Education of Patrick Silver

Jerome Charyn - Fiction - 2012 - 186 pages
When his best friend is killed, Isaac Sidel looks for revenge in the BronxThough incorruptible—at least by New York Police Department standards—Detective Isaac Sidel knows ...
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Secret Isaac

Jerome Charyn - Fiction - 2012 - 316 pages
Disguised as a bum and living in a flophouse, Sidel tries to save a streetwalkerThe ragged old man has a tapeworm in his gut and a room at a nameless Whore’s Row hotel, but to ...
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Bronx Boy: A Memoir

Jerome Charyn - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 184 pages
The author recounts experiences with a preadolescent candy store gang, a summa cum laude graduate-turned-egg seller, and instruction as a protege of a famous gangster.
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Movieland: Hollywood and the Great American Dream Culture

Jerome Charyn - Performing Arts - 1989 - 304 pages
In Movieland, Jerome Charyn mingles his own life as a moviegoer with the history, romance, and sadness of Hollywood. He meets Paul Newman, Viveca Lindfors, and Mae Clark, the ...
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Death of a Tango King

Jerome Charyn - Fiction - 1998 - 242 pages
Yolanda is helped out of jail by Christian Commando member Melvin P. Sparks and travels to Columbia to find her long-lost cousin, the king of the Medellin cartel
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Raised by Wolves: The Turbulent Art and Times of Quentin Tarantino

Jerome Charyn - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 195 pages
A profile of the life and work of the independent filmmaker describes his atypical childhood, the inspiration he acquired while working at Los Angeles's famous Video Archives ...
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The Tar Baby

Jerome Charyn - Fiction - 1973 - 243 pages
Cast in the form of a hilariously ribald parody of a literary quarterly, The Tar Baby is a brilliant, audacious, story-filled novel populated by an array of brawling academics ...
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