Richard Stark and Darwyn Cole – Slayground

Hard boiled afternoon lesson: Slayground (in Italian Luna-Parker) by Richard Stark (pseudonym of Donald E. Westlake). Very strained, all set in a disquieting amusement park closed for the winter, where Parker is trapped by a ring of gangsters; in between the booty. And the mafia guys that pull the ranks of the policemen.
Read to learn: the graphic novel based on the novel, adapted and illustrated by Darwyn Cooke, is fantastic.

From the novel was also taken the same-name movie directed by Terry Bedford and interpreted, among others, by Peter Coyote, Mel Smith and Billie Whitelaw.

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Stefano Di Marino
Stefano Di Marino deals with all-round popular narrative: literature, cinema and comics. He has more than ninety published novels, mostly with Mondadori. Since 1995, under the alias of Stephen Gunn, he has been publishing the series “Il Professionista” (The Professional) on "Segretissimo", a more than fifty episodes success with two dedicated series. Under his real name, he has signed action and classic novels as well as a good number of essays about cinema genres, including “Italian Giallo”, “A Western Cinema Guide” and “A War Cinema Guide”.