CAR CRAZY will appeal to readers of history, biography, business, sports and narrative non-fiction -- and also to car people of all kinds, from owners to fans of auto racing. "A must for car lovers and plenty of interesting material to keep other curious readers flipping pages," wrote Kirkus in the first pre-publication review.
From the publisher: "In Car Crazy, G. Wayne Miller, author of Toy Wars and Men and Speed, takes readers back to the wild and wooly years of the early auto era: turn-of-the-century America. The motorcar was new, paved roads few, and devotees of this unregulated technology battled with citizens who thought the motor vehicle a dangerous scourge that was shattering a more peaceful way of life. As the machine transformed culture, corporate battles transformed the economic landscape."
Read more about the book at the CAR CRAZY book site -- and stay tuned for updates, which will be posted here at The Works of G. Wayne Miller.