William P. McGivern est un romancier américain, auteur de romans policiers et un scénariste de télévision et de cinéma, né le 6 décembre 1922 à Chicago, États-Unis et mort le 18 décembre 1982 à Palm Desert, Californie. Il utilise plusieurs pseudonymes dont Bill Peters.

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  • William P. McGivern est un romancier américain, auteur de romans policiers et un scénariste de télévision et de cinéma, né le 6 décembre 1922 à Chicago, États-Unis et mort le 18 décembre 1982 à Palm Desert, Californie. Il utilise plusieurs pseudonymes dont Bill Peters.
  • William Peter McGivern (December 6, 1918 - November 18, 1982) was an American novelist and television scriptwriter. He published more than 20 novels, mostly mysteries and crime thrillers, some under the pseudonym Bill Peters. His novels were adapted for a number of films, among them Odds Against Tomorrow (1959), a noir tale of three losers, The Big Heat (1953), starring Glenn Ford as a cop that will do anything to get his man, and Rogue Cop (1954), a film noir directed by Roy Rowland. The Big Heat received an Edgar Award in 1954 as Best Motion Picture, which McGivern shared as author of the original novel.Born in Chicago, Illinois, McGivern grew up in Mobile, Alabama. After serving in the Army in World War II and studying at the University of Birmingham, McGivern returned to the US and worked for two years as a police reporter for the Philadelphia Bulletin and later as a writer for the Evening Bulletin in Philadelphia. His first hardboiled novel appeared in 1948.In 1947 he married Maureen Daly one of four sisters Time Magazine referred to as "the celebrated Daly sisters," who were known for their writing and work in, journalism, fashion and advertising. McGivern and his wife co-wrote Mention My Name in Mombasa: the Unscheduled Adventures of an American Family Abroad, which covered their times and adventures living oversees, including Africa, Torremolinos, Spain and Ireland.While a successful novelist, McGivern moved to Los Angeles in the early 1960s to write for television and film. His credits include the TV series Ben Casey, Adam-12, and Kojak and the William Castle film I Saw What You Did (1965). McGivern died in Palm Desert, California in 1982.
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