Michael Scott Cain is the author of seven books of poetry, most recently East Point Poems, and three novels, including Midnight Train, a country music novel. After teaching popular culture and literature at the collegiate level for forty years, he now covers the topic in the Frederick News-Post while also serving as jazz, blues, poetry, and folklore editor for Rambles. Cain's current project is a social history of Americana music called The Americana Revolution.



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  • A Net of Good and Evil
  • 978-1-951473-08-2
  • The second Damon Taylor mystery set in late 1940s New York City and featuring Woody Guthrie, Zero Mostel and Will Geer in a Red-baiting murder mystery. September 2020.

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  • Damon Runyon's Boys
  • 978-1-944520-45-8
  • A riveting new period mystery featuring Truman Capote and Walter Winchell, both involved in trying to help ace Crime Scene reporter, Damon Taylor, solve the mystery of the murdered dance leader. From the author of Arbuckle's Dance and Midnight Train. April 2018.

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