Anthony Bourdain’s detective novel will be adapted for television

“Gone Bamboo”, the detective novel written by the late chef Anthony Bourdain, will be adapted for television.

According Deadline, the producers Webster Y Robert Stone acquired the rights to the 1997 book, so they are already working on a pilot episode.

The Stone brothers are well known in genres like “Suspense” and “Thriller”, since they have been in charge of films such as American Conspiracy Y 60 Seconds.

The book portrays the life of a murderer, Henry Denard, who fails in one of the best jobs of his career. In life, Bourdain described him as “A sociopathic beach book”.

“I wanted a hero as lazy, mercenary, willing and devoid of qualities as I sometimes see myself”said the chef, who passed away in 2018.


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