Behind the Moss Curtain: And Other Great Savannah Stories

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2003 Bonaventure Books, 3rd printing. Savannah, Georgia is the setting of Murray M. Silver Jr.’s short stories-most in the ol’ days of “…gangsters and gamblers, a time when the town was known as The Independent State of Chatham County.” includes: A Piece of the Action,Willie “Piano Red” Perryman, Buster White’s Big Fight Night:How Closed Circuit TV Came to You and Me, In Search of Shoeless Joe and ten more. Great gift for any southerner or native of Savannah!
The author, Murray Silver is a 5th generation Savannahian. He worked in the late 60’s as a promoter for rock bands like Fleetwood Mac, Grateful Dead, the Allman Brothers, and others. While going to law school he transitioned from promoter to journalist in the 70’s and 80’s touring with acts such as Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Elton John, and Peter Gabriel.In 1982, Silver published his first book, “Great Balls of Fire: The Uncensored Story of Jerry Lee Lewis,” which was adapted to the big screen by Orion in 1989. In doing so, Silver became the first Savannah writer in history whose first book was an international best seller and subject of a major motion picture.

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2003 Bonaventure Books, 3rd printing. Savannah, Georgia is the setting of Murray M. Silver Jr.’s short stories-most in the ol’ days of “…gangsters and gamblers, a time when the town was known as The Independent State of Chatham County.” includes: A Piece of the Action,Willie “Piano Red” Perryman, Buster White’s Big Fight Night:How Closed Circuit TV Came to You and Me, In Search of Shoeless Joe and ten more. Great gift for any southerner or native of Savannah!

The author, Murray Silver is a 5th generation Savannahian. He worked in the late 60’s as a promoter for rock bands like Fleetwood Mac, Grateful Dead, the Allman Brothers, and others. While going to law school he transitioned from promoter to journalist in the 70’s and 80’s touring with acts such as Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Elton John, and Peter Gabriel.In 1982, Silver published his first book, “Great Balls of Fire: The Uncensored Story of Jerry Lee Lewis,” which was adapted to the big screen by Orion in 1989. In doing so, Silver became the first Savannah writer in history whose first book was an international best seller and subject of a major motion picture.

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