A favorite mystery author, he’s best for his novels featuring Russian investigator Arkady Renko. He’s also known for his 1977 book, Nightwing, that was later on adapted right into a feature film. He went to the University or college of Pa in the first 1960s, graduating having a level in creative composing. In the middle-1960s, he started working like a journalist; he released his first literary function, The Indians Won, in 1970. Canto for any Gypsy, his 1st mystery book, was nominated for an Edgar Honor in 1973. He was created in Pa to a family group of combined Spanish, Senuca del Sur, Yaqui, and Pueblo ancestry. Given birth to Martin William Smith, he published under several pencil titles, including Martin Cruz Smith, Nick Carter, Martin Quinn, and Jake Logan. He and famous scientist Edmund Carpenter both analyzed at the University or college of Pennsylvania.
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|Nightwing||1979||novel / screenplay|
|The Art of Crime||1975||TV Movie novel "Gypsy in Amber" - as Martin Smith / screenplay - as Martin Smith / teleplay - as Martin Smith|
|Charlie Rose||1999||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
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