New York Times Bestselling Author Steve Hodel

Archive for December 2016

Newly Discovered Man Ray 1969 Lithograph "Les Invendables" (The Unsaleables) Includes the Surrealist's Minotaur Homage to His Personal Friend and Black Dahlia Killer, Dr. George Hill Hodel

Los Angeles, California December 29, 2016 1969 MAN RAY MINOTAUR HOMAGE TO HIS GOOD FRIEND, DR. GEORGE HILL HODEL (Left) Man Ray 1969 Lithograph depicting posed female body, her face covered with blood and blood flowing out of her upper torso to form the body and legs of the Minotaur. (The Minotaur, was the mythological,…

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George Hodel Thoughtprint: Part II, Was the "Dead Again" 1940s Noir Thriller Used as a Taunt by a Real Life Killer?

  December 20, 2016 Los Angeles, California Below is a follow-up to my earlier post, “Another George Hodel “Thoughtprint”: Seeing Things As they Are, Not As They Appear to Be.”         LW (Luigi Warren) and Ryan’s posted comments: Steve: Those appear to be vintage, German-made Kismet Art Deco scissors. FWIW, “Kismet” means…

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Most Evil II Audible Book "Introduction" Read by Actor, Screenwriter and Master Narrator Malcolm Hillgartner

December 12, 2016 Los Angeles, California Most Evil II  “Introduction Chapter” read by Malcolm Hillgartner (9 minutes) Above is a YouTube link to a sample of Malcolm Hillgartner’s narration of the INTRODUCTION chapter to my latest publication, Most Evil II (Rare Bird Books 2015). As most of you know, I am not one to use hyperbole…

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Los Angeles in the 70s: Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine No.1 Bestseller at Book Soup Bookstore

November 30, 2016 Los Angeles Big-time kudos to my twenty-eight fellow LA-contributors, and our editor, David Kukoff as Los Angeles in the 1970s: Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine, (Rare Bird Books 2016) this week is ranked as the #1 bestseller at Hollywood’s Book Soup Books. See named authors contributors and titles.   The anthology contains twenty-nine short stories…

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