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Crime reporter, freelance journalist, pulp novelist, screenwriter, World War II infantryman- Samuel Fuller (August 12, 1912 - October 30, 1997) was a jack of all trades before the high-school dropout directed his first film at age thirty-six. But once he was contacted by Poverty Row producer Robert L. Lippert, a fan of his writing, Fuller was turned on to cinema-his true calling. A singularly audacious visionary of the B-movie variety, Fuller would
A Maxim Jakubowski selected title. The legendary macho American film director of THE NAKED KISS, PICK UP ON SOUTH STREET and many other brutalist thrillers and war movies also enjoyed a career as a writer. His books all edge around the frontiers of pulp and this newly-discovered previously unpublished in English novel has all his customary ingredients to the fore. Paul is a bag man for the Mob who suffers from a creeping brain disease and one day makes the fatal mistake of falling for the soon-widowed wife of a dangerous criminal. The path to madness and pain opens up immediately under his uncertain feet and the tale spins off into fatalistic avenues and desperate noir romance of the highest order and will leave you quite breathless. Would have made a great Fuller movie too!