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Brian Garfield was born in 1939 as Brian Francis Wynne Garfield. He is known for his work on Death Sentence (2007), Hopscotch (1980) and Death Wish (1974). See full bio »
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 2009 The Stepfather (story)
 2007 Death Sentence (novel)
 1994 Death Wish V: The Face of Death (characters)
 1992 Stepfather III (TV Movie) (characters)
 1989 Stepfather II (characters)
 1988 Necessity (TV Movie) (novel)
 1987 Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (characters)
 1987 The Stepfather (story)
 1985 Death Wish 3 (characters created by)
 1985 Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Scrimshaw (1985) ... (story)
 1984 Fleshburn (novel "Fear in a Handful of Dust")
 1983 Legs (TV Movie) (story)
 1982 Death Wish II (characters)
 1980 Hopscotch (novel) / (screenplay)
 1980 Wild Times (TV Mini-Series) (novel - 2 episodes)
- Episode #1.2 (1980) ... (novel)
- Episode #1.1 (1980) ... (novel)
 1977 Relentless (TV Movie) (novel)
 1976 The Last Hard Men (novel "Gun Down")
 1974 Death Wish (novel)
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Novel (writing as Frank O'Brian): "The Rimfire Murders" See more »

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[on Death Sentence (2007)] While I could have done with a bit less blood-and-thunder, I think it's a stunningly good movie. In the details of its story it's quite different from the novel, but it's a movie, not a novel. In its cinematic way it connects with its audience and it makes the same point the book makes, and those are the things that count.

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John Grisham credits Garfield's article "Ten Rules For Suspense Fiction" with giving him the tools to create "The Firm".

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