Thomas Carney

Thomas Carney has written for Esquire, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine and Frontline (PBS), among other publications.  He lives in New York City.

Lost in a Crowd by Thomas Carney

A dying man, Gerald Geller, decides to reclaim his long-dead name so he can die with his record clean.  This is what he tells the U.S. Marshalls, anyway, when he turns himself in, March 20, 2006, for Flight to Avoid Prosecution on a 35-year-old bank job.  On September 3, 1971, […]