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Brian Francis Wynne Garfield was an American novelist and screenwriter. He wrote his first published book at the age of eighteen and wrote several novels under such pen names as "Frank Wynne" and "'Brian Wynne" before gaining prominence when his book Hopscotch (1975) won the 1976 Edgar Award for Best Novel. He is best known for his 1972 novel Death Wish, which was adapted for the 1974 film of the Brian Francis Wynne Garfield was an American novelist and screenwriter.
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Hopscotch is a 1975 novel by Brian Garfield, in which a CIA field officer walks . Hopscotch (disambiguation) - Hopscotch is a simple children s schoolyard game.
The book came out during the period of the Church Committee Congressional investigations of the Intelligence community in the mid-1970s. Hopscotch may also refer to:In literature: Hopscotch (Julio Cortázar novel) Hopscotch (Brian Garfield novel) Hopscotch, a novel by Kevin J. AndersonIn other uses: Hopscotch (film), a fil.
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Brian Garfield (1939-2018) is the author of numerous suspense/adventure novels. His novel Hopscotch won the 1976 Edgar Award for best novel, and was adapted into a film with Walter Matthau. His exepertise as a writer resulted in his being published in such diverse fields as romance, gothic, westerns, adventure, mystery, suspense, crime, history, film, and theatrical plays. Some 20 million copies of his books have been sold. And two other novels, Wild Times and Relentless, were made into TV movies.