The dramatic story of an unlikely search and recovery duo who help law enforcement and grieving families with their uncanny knack for locating bodies underwater.
When the police and FBI exhaust their abilities and options, and when grieving families run out of resources, their last best hope has been an Idaho couple who have spent their retirement years pursuing lost causes — and have located 130 victims from lakes and rivers across the United States and Canada.
This page-turning account of starting at the lowest rung on the production ladder among enormously famous & outrageously demanding people will be devoured for its insights, gossip, humor, & storytelling. Married and with a child, the author takes unpaid gigs to get a foot in the door, and eventually ends up working on all seasons of The Sopranos, often named the best TV show ever.
“An engrossing account of why individuals have married for reasons other than love and often made that work, but Zug also warns of the dangers to our most vulnerable citizens when policy-makers make legal rights and social benefits that should be available to all contingent on marriage.” — Stephanie Coontz
On Locations: Lessons Learned from My Life On Set with THE SOPRANOS and in the Film Industry by Mark Kamine, Executive Producer of The White Lotus is out today, and already getting tons of praise! Just in time for the 25th anniversary of The Sopranos, this book isn’t just for fans of the show that changed television history, but for anyone interested in what goes into making great television and . . .
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