Russell H. Greenan Audio Books

Russell H. Greenan Audio Books

Russell H. Greenan, born in Manhattan and raised in the Bronx, served in the US Navy during World War II before completing his college education at Long Island University in Brooklyn, where he studied world literature. In 1966, while in Nice, France, with his wife and three children, he wrote his first novel, It Happened in Boston?, which was published by Random House in 1968, has been translated into several languages, and was released in a new German translation in 2007. Mr. Greenan’s many other novels include The Secret Life of Algernon Pendleton, Nightmare, and The Bric-a-Brac Man. Though now well into his eighties, he continues to write.

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