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Jim Fusilli is the American writer. He serves as the rock and pop music critic of The Wall Street Journal and is the author of six novels. A native of Hoboken, NJ, he lives in Nyc.
Fusilli’s debut book, the puzzle “Closing Time,” will be the last work of fiction set in New York City published prior to the 9/11 strikes. The following year, Fusilli’s puzzle “A Well-Known Secret” dealt with the effects of 9/11 about the inhabitants of new york. Two books for adults followed closely: “Tribeca Blues”& &;#x201c;Hard, Hard City,” which Mystery Ink magazine called its 2004 Novel of the Year.
In 2005, Fusilli wrote “Pet Sounds,” his tribute to Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys’ classic album. Described as “an experiment in music journalism,” the book unites the rhythm and psychological weight of his own fiction with all the often-unorthodox observations of his own music criticism to his Journal, for whom he's composed since 1983.
Fusilli served as the editor of, and contributed chapters, the award-winning serial thrillers “The Chopin Manuscript” & “The Copper Bracelet. ” His book for young adults “Marley Z along with also the Bloodstained Violin” has been published in 2008.
Fusilli has composed and published several short stories; at a number of, he created Narrows Gate as the setting, depicting the town in different eras. “Chellini’s Option,” which seemed at the 2007 edition of the Best American Mystery Stories, attributes Narrows Gate in the years following World War II. “Digby, Attorney at Law” portrays the fictional town in the early 1960s. “Digby” has been nominated for the Edgar and Macavity awards in 2010.
Fusilli is married to the former Diane Holuk, also a senior public relations officer. They have a dau
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Jim Fusilli is rated 8 out of 10 based on 22 reviews.