Books by E. Duke Vincent

E. Duke Vincent grew up in New York and New Jersey. A TV writer and producer, he joined Aaron Spelling in 1977 at Spelling Television. His credits include the series Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, Dynasty, Hotel, Vega$, Charmed, 7th Heaven and Clubhouse. His TV movies include the Emmy Award-winning Day One and And the Band Played On. The Camelot Conspiracy is his fourth novel. He lives with his wife, actress Pamela Hensley, in Montecito, CA.

Released: May 1, 2011

"Thrillers thrive on a conspiracy burning away like a fuse on a bomb. With this novel, Vincent strikes a fictional match and explodes the supposed cover-ups, machinations and disinformation surrounding the Kennedy assassination."
From veteran TV writer and producer Vincent (Mafia Summer, 2005, etc.), an action novel about the Kennedy assassination. Read full book review >
THE STRIP by E. Duke Vincent
Released: Jan. 1, 2009

"Granted, it has no pretensions to great literature, but even by the standards of books with dollar signs in the titles, this is flimsy stuff."
Vincent (Black Widow, 2007) spins a caper involving the mob in Vegas—is that redundant? Read full book review >
BLACK WIDOW by E. Duke Vincent
Released: Jan. 1, 2008

"Loaded with B-movie appeal."
A Navy pilot can handle anything that flies, but falls hard for a Hollywood blonde with an overprotective—and mobbed-up—father. Read full book review >
MAFIA SUMMER by E. Duke Vincent
Released: June 1, 2005

"Sweet, affectionate, and bloody: a glance backward to a well-spent youth."
Coming-of-age first novel of a crucial two weeks in the summer of 1950, when Vinny Vesta, teenage street punk from Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen, finds the buddy—and the girl—of his dreams as he becomes a pawn in a crime family war. Read full book review >