Books by Gary Provost

BOGART by Stephen Humphrey Bogart
Released: Sept. 7, 1995

"A memoir clearly written to exorcise some personal ghosts. (First printing of 125,000; author tour)"
Bogart was only eight when his famous father died; now that he's a grown-up, a published author (Play It Again, 1995), and a TV producer, he is ready to confront the legend. Read full book review >
Released: April 7, 1994

"An instructive and engaging take on a roadside attraction with considerable socioeconomic significance."
A journalist's lively appraisal of how savvy businessmen have made Las Vegas a favored destination of recreation-minded families and conventioneers while retaining its status as the Global Village's gaming capital. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 5, 1991

"A heavy hit for true-crime readers."
Blood-chilling case history by Provost (Without Mercy, 1989) of a murderous psycho accepted by his credulous wife and small community. Read full book review >