"When Barkley was diagnosed with a terminal illness, Al Martinez and his wife Cinelli decided there was no time like the present to spend 24 hours a day and 3000 miles with their wondrous dog. They face not only Barkley's impending end, but come to grips with their own future as they contemplate the roads they traveled"--Provided by publisher.
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Al Martinez is a columnist for the "Los Angeles Times", as well as a screenwriter and an author of books and national magazine articles. He shared a gold-medal Pulitzer Prize in Journalism in 1984 and was member of a staff that won Pulitzers in 1993 and 1995. He was honored two years ago by the Society of Professional Journalists as Journalist of the Year. He has also won two National Headliner Awards and a National Ernie Pyle Award. His work has been compared at various times both to that of Pyle and Mark Twain. "The Last City Room" is his first novel, he is currently at work on a second. His last book, "City of Angles", was on the "Los Angeles Times" best-seller list for several weeks. Martinez lives with his wife, Joanne Cinelli, two dogs, two cats and several fish in the Santa Monica Mountains community of Topanga Canyon. He has three grown children and four grandchildren, all of whom he adores.
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Book Description Angel City Press, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # INGM9781883318604
Book Description Angel City Press, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111883318602