(as Eddie Bunker)
Wrote "No Beast So Fierce" based on his experiences as a criminal. "Beast" is the basis for the Straight Time
(1978) screenplay. His other novels include "Animal Factory"; "Little Boy Blue"; "Dog Eat Dog" and his autobiography, "Education Of A Felon" [in Europe titled "Mr. Blue"]. The novel "Stark" and the collection of short ...
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Was convicted of numerous crimes since early childhood, including smashing a neighbor's backyard incinerator with a claw hammer at 3, setting fire to a neighbor's garage at 4 and jamming a fork in a boy's eyeball at 15. By 17, Bunker had established himself as the Doogie Howser of the California penal system, parlaying a series of robberies, assaults and the stabbing of a prison guard into a ...