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Garfield, Brian (F. W.)

GARFIELD, Brian (F. W.)

GARFIELD, Brian (F. W.). Also writes as Bennett Garland, Alex Hawk, John Ives, Drew Mallory, Frank O'Brian, Jonas Ward, Brian Wynne, Frank Wynne. American, b. 1939. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Romance/Historical, Westerns/Adventure, Plays/Screenplays, Film, History. Career: Pres., Shan Productions Co. Inc. (motion picutre productions), 1974-96. Vice-Pres., 1965-66, Pres., 1966-67, and Dir., 1967-68, Western Writers of America Inc; Dir., 1974-84, and Pres., 1983, Mystery Writers of America, Inc. Publications: Range Justice, 1960; The Arizonans, 1961; The Lawbringers, 1962; Trail Drive, 1962; Vultures in the Sun, 1963; Apache Canyon, 1963; The Vanquished, 1964; The Last Bridge, 1966; The Thousand-Mile War, 1969, rev. ed., 1996; Valley of the Shadow, 1970; The Villiers Touch, 1970; Slip-hammer, 1970; The Hit, 1971; What of Terry Conniston?, 1971; Sweeny's Honour, 1971; Gun Down, 1971, as the Last Hard Men, 1976; Deep Cover, 1971; Relentless, 1972, screenplay, 1977; Line of Succession, 1972; Death Wish, 1972, screenplay, 1974; Tripwire, 1973, screenplay, 1976; (with D.W. Westlake) Gangway, 1973; Kolchak's Gold, 1974; The Threepersons Hunt, 1974; The Romanov Succession, 1974; Hopscotch (novel; and screenplay with B. Forbes), 1975; Death Sentence, 1976; Recoil, 1977; Wild Times, 1979; The Paladin, 1980; Checkpoint Charlie, 1981; Western Films: A Complete Guide, 1982; Suspended Sentences, 1983; Necessity, 1984; Manifest Destiny, 1989; Do or Die, 1997. EDITOR: War Whoop and Battle Cry, 1968; I Witness, 1978; The Crime of My Life, 1983. AS BENNETT GARLAND: Seven Brave Men, 1962, under own name, 1969; (with T.V. Olsen) High Storm, 1963, under own name, 1969; The Last Outlaw, 1964, under own name, 1969; Rio Chama, 1969. AS ALEX HAWK: Savage Guns, 1968. AS JOHN IVES: Fear in a Handful of Dust, 1977; The Marchand Woman, 1979. AS DREW MALLORY: Target Manhattan, 1975. AS FRANK O'BRIAN: The Rimfire Murders, 1962; Bugle and Spur, 1966; Act of Piracy, 1975. AS JONAS WARD: Buchanan's Gun, 1968. AS BRIAN WYNNE: Mr. Sixgun, 1964; The Night It Rained Bullets, 1965; The Bravos, 1966; The Proud Riders, 1967; Badge for a Badman, 1967; Brand of the Gun, 1968; Big Country, Big Men, 1969. AS FRANK WYNNE: Massacre Basin, 1961; The Big Snow, 1962; Arizona Rider, 1962; Dragoon Pass, 1963; Rio Concho, 1964; Rails West, 1964; Lynch Law Canyon, 1965; The Wolf Pack, 1966; Call Me Hazard, 1966; The Lusty Breed, 1966. Address: 11288 Ventura Blvd #603, Studio City, CA 91604, U.S.A.

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