James Mills Audio Books

James Mills Audio Books

James Mills (born 1932) is an American novelist, screenwriter and prize-winning journalist. Mills wrote two New York Times bestsellers, Report to the Commissioner, a novel, and The Underground Empire, a study of international narcotics trafficking. As a result, he testified before a panel of the House Foreign Affairs Committee as an expert. His books The Panic in Needle Park and Report to the Commissioner were later made into major motion pictures by 20th Century Fox and United Artists.

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