Shrake, Edwin

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SHRAKE, Edwin

SHRAKE, Edwin. Also writes as Bud Shrake. American, b. 1931. Genres: Westerns/Adventure, Plays/Screenplays, Novels, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Author. Has worked as a reporter for the Fort Worth Press and Dallas Times Herald, a columnist for the Dallas Morning News, and an associate editor for Sports Illustrated. Publications: Blood Reckoning, 1962; But Not for Love, 1964; Blessed McGill, 1968; Strange Peaches, 1972; Peter Arbiter, 1973; (with D. Jenkins) Limo, 1976. AS BUD SHRAKE: (with others) J.W. Coop (screenplay), 1972; Kid Blue (screenplay), c. 1973; (with others) Nightwing (screenplay), 1979; (with Thomas McGuane) Tom Horn (screenplay), 1980; Night Never Falls (novel), 1987; (with Willie Nelson) Willie: An Autobiography, 1988; (with B. Switzer) Bootlegger's Boy, 1990; (with H. Penick) Harvey Penick's Little Red Book, 1992; (with H. Penick) And If You Play Golf, You're My Friend, 1993; (with H. Penick) For All Who Love the Game; (with H. Penick) Game for a Lifetime. Address: 1505 Wildcat Hollow, Austin, TX 78746, U.S.A.

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