Winchell and Runyon is about the bittersweet bonding of two legendary journalists who started out as adversaries but ended up as everlasting friends. Walter Winchell and Damon Runyon lived in an unforgettable era during World War II and the years following. Walter Winchell was one of the most popular radio personalities of his time and Damon Runyon was one of the most popular Broadway personalities, best known for having written the show "Guys and Dolls." The book celebrates the life and friendship of Winchell and Runyon, and allows the reader to relive this interesting time in American history. Please visit the following link to see Winchell and Runyon discussed on Live! with Regis and Kelly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIupNH4SgHQ
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About the Author
Trustin Howard is one of the most respected writer/producers in the television industry. He has been honored with a lifetime membership in the Writer's Guild of America and was awarded a medal for his writing. He was the head writer of ABC's Late Night "The Joey Bishop Show" during its three-year run opposite Johnny Carson. He is currently involved in the 3-D movie making process and lives in Los Angeles.