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A year Marc Olden (1933–2003) was the author of forty mystery and suspense novels. Born in Baltimore, he began writing while working in New York as a Broadway publicist.
A year Marc Olden (1933–2003) was the author of forty mystery and suspense novels. His first book, Angela Davis (1973), was a nonfiction study of the controversial Black Panther.
Fear's Justice Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1998. by. Marc Olden (Author). Olden wrote a very interesting "steampunk" type novel in the early '80s, Poe Must Die. He's well-read and slips a lot of literary references into the racist, sexist internal monologues of his tough police detective antihero, Fear Meagher. I found myself wishing I'd kept a notebook of all the great wisecracks and one-liners in this quintessential New York story. Even though Meagher is a bigot with a heart of gold, I kept wondering if anyone but old white guys would find his jokes all that funny. I did, but I wasn't particularly proud of it.
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New York police detective Fear Meagher may be a good cop, but he's far from perfect: racist, sexist, willing to bend the rules to break a suspect.
Marc Olden (1933 – 2003) was an American author of mystery and suspense. He is perhaps best remembered for his mystery Poe Must Die, in which 19th-century American author Edgar Allan Poe appears as a protagonist. He was a prolific author, publishing. He was a prolific author, publishing forty books: two non-fiction and thirty-eight fiction. He was nominated for an Edgar Award for They've Killed Anna, from his popular "Harker File" series about an investigative reporter.
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As Fear gets conned, manipulated by City Hall, beaten up and nearly killed in a series of suspenseful scenes, Olden has him rescue and bond with a radical black woman reporter whose life is jeopardized by her own digging into the case; but many readers may scorn this as a patent attempt to win sympathy for Fear, who might as well be called.
Author of forty published books, most in the suspense-thriller category, Marc Olden was recognized since the beginning of his career as a masterful crime novelist
Author of forty published books, most in the suspense-thriller category, Marc Olden was recognized since the beginning of his career as a masterful crime novelist. His first work of fiction, NARC, was a series of nine novels about a federal narcotics agent. During his prolific early years Olden also produced the BLACK SAMURAI series which followed the exploits of Robert Sand, a martial arts expert and the only non-Japanese trained by a Japanese samurai master. It was later made into a film, starring Jim Kelly.
A Japanese serial killer terrorizes New York, opposed only by a karate-savvy copIn the dojo, Manny Decker learned that training, focus, and cold discipline could make a man more dangerous than any weapon. His skill with his fists was useful in the US Marines, and served him even better afterwards, as a cop walking a tough New York beat. To fulfill an ancient rite of vengeance, two druids descend on New York CityOut for kicks on a dull summer night, a few Puerto Rican boys wander Central Park. Drunk, high, and bored they hack at an old oak tree, and they don't notice the white-haired couple appear behind them.
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