Dr. Wesley Britton

Reviewer Dr. Wesley Britton: Dr. Britton is the author of four non-fiction books on espionage in literature and the media. Starting in fall 2015, his new six-book science fiction series, The Beta-Earth Chronicles, debuted via BearManor Media. For seven years, he was co-host of online radio’s Dave White Presents where he contributed interviews with a host of entertainment insiders. Before his retirement in 2016, Dr. Britton taught English at Harrisburg Area Community College. Learn more about Dr. Britton at his WEBSITE

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Author: Tony Delvecchio and Rich Herschlag
Publisher: ArcheBooks Publishing
ISBN-10: 1595072373: ISBN-13: 978-1595072375


Author: Philip F. Margo
Publisher: Eloquent Books
ISBN-10: 1608600114:  ISBN-13: 978-1608600113
 


Author: John Cherry
Publisher: The Peppertree Press
ISBN: 978-1-936343-42-3

John Cherry’s short, hit-and-run overview of Paul McCartney’s solo recordings falls in the camp of enthusiastic fans who wish to share their responses to the canon of their inspiration.


Author: Raymond Durgnat
Publisher: British Film Institute  
ISBN-10: 0851709206
ISBN-13: 978-0851709208

It’s a long hard look alright, and therefore a book for those willing to dissect Psycho with a very detailed, multi-layered scalpel.


Author: Harvey Kubernik
Publisher: Sterling;
ISBN-10: 1402765894:   ISBN-13: 978-1402765896

It’s an epic story, and Harvey Kubernik should be credited with assembling a massive tapestry of the times, places, and people.





Author: Jon   Lellenberg

Publisher:  Arkham 
ISBN-10:   1552469220:   ISBN-13:   978-1552469224


Author: Keith Richards
Publishers: Little, Brown and Company
ISBN-10: 031603438X ISBN-13: 978-0316034388

It’s a book hard to put down, perhaps now one of the most important books on rock ever written by someone who helped shape music of more than one era. An ideal Christmas gift for anyone who cares about rock from any generation.

  


Author: Glenn A. Mosley
Publisher: BearManor Media (October 20, 2010)
ISBN-10: 1593936133:  ISBN-13: 978-1593936136

As author Glenn Mosley addresses in the first pages of his anatomy of a largely forgotten TV Western, few television or film fans know Henry Fonda starred in the 1959 The Deputy. Even fewer recall that The Deputy was something of a controversial show for two seasons. On those grounds alone, Glenn Mosley offers both Fonda and television watchers a very readable and needed exploration into a neglected chapter of entertainment history.
 


Author: Paul Lester
Publisher: Omnibus Press
ISBN-10: 1849384053:   ISBN-13: 978-1849384056

Since late 2008, New Yorker Stefani Germanotta’s transformation into international superstar Lady Gaga has fascinated just about everyone who listens to popular music.



Authors: Pat Cooper, Rich Herschlag, Steve Garrin
Publisher: Square One Publishers
ISBN-10: 075700363X:  ISBN-13: 978-0757003639


Cooper’s very readable memoir, How Dare You Say How Dare me is a bitter rant against all the slings and arrows he has faced on and off stage


Author: Adam Bertocci
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN-10: 1451605811:   ISBN-13: 978-1451605815

Devotees of “Dudeism” will most enjoy this volume, and there are obviously enough of them to interest a major publisher in this effort


Editors: Joe Gentile, Win Scott Eckert
Publisher: Moonstone
ISBN-10: 1933076747:  ISBN-13: 978-1933076744


Author: Larry Allen Brown.

Publisher: Decent Hill

ISBN-10: 193608533X:    ISBN-13: 978-1936085330


A reader’s appreciation of the book will likely vary depending on their own preconceptions and/or their own awareness of the often obvious.

Author: Charles Fox

Publisher: The Scarecrow Press, Inc.

ISBN-10: 0810869918: ISBN-13: 978-0810869912


Authors: Andrew Shail and Robin Stoate

Publisher: British Film Institute (August 17, 2010)

ISBN-10: 1844572935:  ISBN-13: 978-1844572939




Author: James D. Livingston

Publisher: Excelsior Editions/State University of New York (July 2010)

ISBN-10: 1438431791

ISBN-13: 978-1438431796

Arsenic and Clam Chowder is the non-fiction account of The apparent 1895 murder of Evelina Bliss by way of arsenic allegedly placed in her clam chowder by her daughter, Mary Alice Fleming



Author: Raymond Benson

Publisher: Pegasus

ISBN-10: 1605980994:  ISBN-13: 978-1605980997

While movie fans worry about the future of 007, readers of Bond novels know he’ll return next year in Project X by Jeffery Deaver. Until then, those who haven’t read the continuation stories of Raymond Benson can revisit the literary Bond of the 1990s this month if they pick up the hefty anthology—over 800 pages—of three Benson novels and two of his short stories.

Editor: Lee Goldberg & Members of The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers

This collection of essays written by members of the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers is designed for a very specific readership. As the group was organized by and for current and potential authors of books based on films, television series, and other media, one clear purpose of this collection is to present an exchange of ideas on how it’s all done. A wider audience would include readers of these books curious about how it’s all done as well, and no doubt fans of specific writers or the projects on which these books are built might enjoy the scattered bits of trivia throughout this publication.

Author: Dave Pearson

Publisher: Stand Up America Publishing

ISBN: 978-0-615-35997-7

In a year almost glutted with new espionage thrillers, Dave Pearson’s first novel, Storm, shouldn’t be lost in the flood.  While many new spy novels this decade are filled with the verisimilitude provided by former intelligence officers turning to writing as a second vocation, good storytelling is front in center in Storm which is both believable and a fast-paced, well sketched adventure.



Author: Mark Goddard

Publisher: IUniverse Pub.

ISBN: 13: 978-0-595-51742-8 (pbk) ISBN: 13: 978-0-595-62013-5 (ebk)

To Space and Back is a book for fans and those interested in TV history

 


Author: Roger Neetz
Publisher: American Book Publishing
ISBN-10: 1589825926
ISBN-13: 978-1589825925  




Authors: Barry Nelson and Tom Schecker
Publisher: Sourcebooks
ISBN-10: 1402237448

If this book doesn’t put you in a good mood, I’m not sure you deserve one.





Author: William Link
Publisher: Crippen & Landru Publishers
ISBN (trade softcover edition): 978-1-932009-94-1

It’s an ideal companion for airport terminals or bedtime reading, for times when you want to enjoy a writer and his character being their clever best. I’ll take seconds, Mr. Link



Author: Bernard von Bothmer
ISBN: 978-1-55849-732-0


Bernard von Bothmer has provided a valuable service for anyone interested in understanding how our leaders have manipulated the facts and myths of the 1960s to champion their various agendas in the White House since 1980



Dr. Wesley Britton, one of bookpleasures' reviewers interviews Carolyn Howard-Johnson author of Frugal and focused Tweeting for Retailers: Tweaking Your Tweets and Other Tips for Integrating Your Social Media

Author: Carolyn Howard-Johnson
ISBN: 9781451546149   

This is a book to keep on hand for reference so readers can consider and perhaps re-think these concise ideas that demand complex operations



Author: Carla Collins
ISBN: 978-1897404249
Publisher: Burman Books

I admit Collins descriptions of perennial victims, divas, and drama queens has prompted me to consider ordering  this book in bulk to distribute to a number of folks I know who might recognize themselves in Collins funhouse mirrors





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