If the quantity of Marciano books is unimpressive, the quality is high.
In death, he possesses a singular capacity to stimulate writers’ tough-guy fantasies and fondness for conspiracy theories.
When you read the history of the heavyweights, you’re reading a story that can be separated into BL and AL periods—Before Louis and After Louis.
Like a protagonist in a Bob Dylan song, Jack Johnson was a trickster genius, never an easy man to characterize.
The Dempsey bibliography mirrors the man's own itinerant ways, in his early life—it's scattered, as he was, to the four winds.