One of the leading paperback mystery writers of the 1950s, Day Keene also wrote for radio, television, movies, and pulp magazines. In addition to creating some of the most memorable noir nightmares ever published, Keene (real name: Gunnar Hjerstedt) also wrote widely praised mainstream novels such as Chautauqua, which was the basis for the Elvis Presley movie “The Trouble With Girls.”
Home is the Sailor
- Mass Market Paperback
- 28 January 2011
NO MAN COULD RESIST HER. BUT COULD ANY MAN EVER HAVE HER?
After years at sea, Swede Nelson just wanted …