Charlie Parker

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Noun1.Charlie Parker - United States saxophonist and leader of the bop style of jazz (1920-1955)
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The Charlie Parker series blends a traditional-thriller-mystery with elements of otherworldliness.
Charlie Parker has helped his parents care for scary reptiles at the Ballarat Wildlife Park in Victoria, Australia, since he first started walking.
Further details from Paul Jones - email | |The author, John Connolly, who has written 14 popular Charlie Parker mysteries as well as an array of stand-alone novels, trilogies, young adult and teenage books plus awardwinning non fiction work will be speaking at Rhydypennau Library ahead of his two appearances at the Hay Festival Winter Weekend.
Greatly influenced by fellow jazz musician and friend Charlie Parker, Gillespie credited him with laying the foundation for his work.
But man, there's no boundary line to art." Those are the words of Charlie Parker, the jazz saxophonist also known as Bird, who was born on August 29, 1920.
The two novels, and the third yet to come, were written by John Connolly, the Irish novelist perhaps best known for the Charlie Parker mysteries, and his partner and mother of his two sons, Jennifer Ridyard.
(1920-1955), was known personally and professionally as "Charlie Parker", "Yardbird" and finally and simply "Bird".
Another book I recommend is The Wolf in Winter, the new novel in John Connolly's Charlie Parker series.
THIS is the latest offering in the highly-regarded Charlie Parker crime series.
THE latest in Dublin-born Connolly's Charlie Parker series starts with the private eye recovering from a gun attack that almost killed him and, by the end of more than 400 pages of this dark thriller, he is not much better off.