Peter Benchley

Peter Bradford Benchley (May 8, 1940 – February 11, 2006) was an American author, screenwriter, and ocean activist. He is known for his bestselling novel ''Jaws'' and co-wrote its film adaptation with Carl Gottlieb. Several more of his works were also adapted for both cinema and television, including ''The Deep'', ''The Island'', ''Beast'', and ''White Shark.''

Later in life, Benchley expressed some regret for his tone in writing about sharks, which he felt indulged already present fear and false belief about sharks, and he became an advocate for marine conservation. Contrary to widespread rumor, Benchley did not believe that his writings contributed to shark depopulation, nor is there evidence that ''Jaws'' or any of his works did so. Provided by Wikipedia
by Benchley, Peter.
Published 1995
by Benchley, Peter.
Published 1979
by Benchley, Peter.
Published 1974