60 years of journalism
Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 240 pages
The late James M. Cain was a newspaperman, playwright, and novelist. Although best known for his controversial novels (The Postman Always Rings Twice,Double Indemnity,Mildred Pierce,Serenade,The Butterfly, andPast All Dishonor), Cain always considered himself a journalist, a "newpaperman who wrote yarns on the side." The book includes some of Cain's best articles and essays. The material is sometimes serious, sometimes humorous and provides a unique look at 60 years of history.
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