Native American Authors
Martin Cruz Smith
Martin William Smith was born in Reading, Pennsylvania; his father was a musician and his mother a jazz singer and Indian rights leader. Smith received his B. A. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1964. His career has included work for a local televsion stations, newspapers, and as a correspondent for the Associated Press. Smith, who is best known for his novel Gorky Park, is a member of the Authors League of America and the Authors Guild.
Awards and Honors
Edgar Award Nomination
Mystery Writers of America, 1972, 1976, 1978, and 1982
Crime Writers Association, 1982
Online resources by or about Martin Cruz Smith:
The Salon Interview: Martin Cruz Smith
Author: Sophie Majeski
Description: An interview with Martin Cruz Smith, focusing on his novel, Rose.
Books by Martin Cruz Smith:
Smith, Martin Cruz. Gorky Park
New York : Random House, 1981.
Smith, Martin Cruz. Havana bay : a novel
New York : Random House, 1999.
Smith, Martin Cruz. Nightwing
New York : Norton, 1977.
Smith, Martin Cruz. Red square
New York : Random House, 1992.
Smith, Martin Cruz. Rose
Random House, 1996.
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