Monk by Terry J. Erdmann
The Official Episode Guide

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This is the official episode guide to the USA Network hit television series Monk, starring two-time Emmy Award winner Tony Shalhoub.

Monk is one of the most popular series currently on television. Fans have come to enjoy the antics and erstwhile efforts of obsessive-compulsive Adrian Monk, who was once a rising star with the San Francisco Police Department until the tragic murder of his wife pushed him to the brink of a breakdown. This authorized guide covers the first four extraordinary seasons and is complete with a foreword from the show's creator, Andy Breckman, as well as an afterword from the show's star.

Authors Terry J. Erdmann and Paula M. Block were granted exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes secrets, and total access to the scripts and sets to bring a comprehensive look at one of today's most brilliant defective detectives.

This is the ultimate book for fans of Monk!


 

About Terry J. Erdmann

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Terry J Erdmann has authored/co-authored several "Star Trek" tie-in books including "The Secrets of Star Trek: Insurrection" and "Star Trek Deep Space Nine Companion," and more recently wrote "Monk: The Official Episode Guide," He has also worked as a publicist on movies including "Eight Legged Freaks," "Star Trek V," "StarGate," "Willow" and "Aliens, Sarah A. Hoyt ("If I Lose Thee...") occasionally takes time away from writing to keep her husband, two kids, four cats, and two guinea pigs from starving and/or suffocating beneath piles of laundry. The idea for this story grew out of research for her upcoming first novel from Ace, "Down the Rushy Glen, " which, happily, makes her ineligible to enter the contest next year.
 
Published April 1, 2007 by St. Martin's Griffin. 236 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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