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by Michael B. Druxman

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Author:
Michael B. Druxman
ISBN13:
978-1889198040
ISBN:
1889198048
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Publisher:
The Center Press (June 1998)
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Subcategory:
Mystery
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1741 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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670

Sep 04, 2011 Mary Chambers rated it really liked it. Since I leave in Mineral Lake, actually it's Soap Lake, I found this book fascinating. The problem is I've only lived here 2 years so I don't know the history of the area.

Michael B. Druxman (born February 23, 1941) is a screenwriter, active primarily in the 1990s. Any Story, Make It Again, Sam: A Survey of Movie Remakes, Miss Dinah Shore, plus the novels, Nobody Drowns in Mineral Lake, Shadow Watcher, Murder in Babylon, Jackie Goes to Dixie, and Dark Chasm. His memoirs, My Forty-Five Years in Hollywood and How I Escaped Alive, were published in August 2010, by Bear Manor Media.

Druxman Vividly Portrays Mineral City. com User, December 29, 2000. After reading "Nobody Drowns In Mineral Lake," you will know that the author has been there,done that

Druxman Vividly Portrays Mineral City. After reading "Nobody Drowns In Mineral Lake," you will know that the author has been there,done that. Druxman boldly calls it as he sees it. Druxman pointedly and artfully defines Jay returning to his hometown. While back at Mineral City resort, Jay encounters police corruption, injustice, rudeness, bigotry and the hatred still abounding amongst the controlling hometowners.

An original screenplay by Michael B. Druxman, CHEYENNE WARRIOR was produced by. . Druxman, CHEYENNE WARRIOR was produced by Roger Corman’s Concorde/New Horizons Pictures and released in 1994. Mark Griffiths directed the film. He has written two novels, NOBODY DROWNS IN MINERAL LAKE and SHADOW WATCHER, a book of short stories, entitled DRACULA MEETS JACK THE RIPPER & Other Revisionist Histories, plus the humorous revisionist history, ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: From the Secret Files of Harry Pennypacker, and FAMILY SECRET, a non-fiction book co-authored with Warren Hull, which reveals the true facts behind. Posts About Michael B. Druxman. lt;p

Remakes), plus two novels, Nobody Drowns in Mineral Lake and Shadow Watcher. Druxman, Michael B. Alternative names.

Additionally, he is the author several non-fiction works about Hollywood, its movies and the people who make them (. Basil Rathbone: His Life and His Films, Make It Again, Sam: A Survey of Movie Remakes), plus two novels, Nobody Drowns in Mineral Lake and Shadow Watcher.

April 28, 2011 History. Nobody drowns in Mineral Lake Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Nobody drowns in Mineral Lake from your list? Nobody drowns in Mineral Lake. by Michael B. Published 1999 by Center Press in Westlake Village, CA. Written in English. Druxman is a screenwriter, active primarily in the 1990s. His scripts for B-movie producer Roger Corman include Cheyenne Warrior with Kelly Preston, Dillinger and Capone starring Martin Sheen and F. Murray Abraham and The Doorway with Roy Scheider, which he also directed. Druxman is also the author of one-person plays, Lombard and Jolson

Other Books by Michael B. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: (A Revisionist History). Shadow Watcher (Novel). Nobody Drowns in Mineral Lake (Novel). Cheyenne Warrior (Screenplay).

Other Books by Michael B. My Forty-Five Years in Hollywood and How I Escaped Alive. Family Secret (with Warren Hull). The Art of Storytelling. The Musical: From Broadway to Hollywood.

From its first page, readers are caught in a murder mystery that twists and turns through the highways leaving Seattle, to the backroads of Eastern Washington.

16 years have passed and Jay Barnett returns to the resort town of Mineral Lake with his five year old son only to find open hostility, anti-Semitism, and terror. Set in Washington State, this mystery/thriller was inspired by true events which the author masterfully weaves into a shocking story of murder and kidnapping in a community lost in its prejudicial values. Characters crackle with emotion while they play a dangerous game of cat and mouse. Jay Barnett eventually learns the lesson "IT'S DANGEROUS TO GO HOME AGAIN."

Sherlock Holmes Fans, will enjoy this book since Basil (Rathbone) and his classic Sherlock Holmes movies, are key elements in the story.

  • I marvel at the folks who read this and gave it five stars. Presumably, all were friends of the writer ("a customer" wrote most of the reviews). Having tried several times to get into the book, I finally gave up. The writing is horribly pedantic, relying on lame descriptions of thoughts and events rather than having action paint the characters or story. I must add that the reviews on the back cover are not written by any literary critics of note, and that the publisher is unknown, and, I suspect, a self-published house. Skip this one and save your $$.

  • After reading "Nobody Drowns In Mineral Lake," you will know that the author has been there,done that. Druxman boldly calls it as he sees it. Druxman pointedly and artfully defines Jay returning to his hometown. While back at Mineral City resort, Jay encounters police corruption, injustice, rudeness, bigotry and the hatred still abounding amongst the controlling hometowners. Mineral Lake resort's small-minded and ignorant people are colorfully depicted by Druxman who takes his readers through this time warp. Jay's experiences keep you reading on and wondering right till the end. The book has lure. You will find yourself trying to identify, discover and resolve the Mineral Lake Mystery. I purchased this novel quite by accident; I recommend it. Not only is it a good mystery; but gives a good look at evils that secretly lurk in small hometowns. "Nobody Drowns In Mineral Lake" has a good mystery plot that is woven with vivid truths. Yes, it should be said; this writer speaks from the gut. Nearly drowned by the prejudices in Mineral Lake, Jay tells his touching tale in a way we all can relate to.

  • NOBODY DROWNS IN MINERAL LAKE is a fascinating tale based on a true story in Washington State. Michael Druxman is an ingenious author in the way he has woven this tale into a taut and very readable work. He has captured life and speech in the backwaters of Washington incredibly well.