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Up until his death last fall, the author (who didn't always approve of adaptations of his work) spent time on the set mentoring Yost, who in turn was driven (along with the other writers, who took to wearing "What Would Elmore Do?" wristbands) to continue to produce work that Leonard would be proud of.
His growing TV experience gave him the confidence to handle the adaptation of another of his nonfiction books into an HBO miniseries, The Corner.
And if you want author Maier's take on how the series compares to his book, check out critic Alan Sepinwall's weekly episode recaps; Maier (who also serves as a producer on the program) usually offers his insight in the comments section.
uses a different individual Doyle story as the loose inspiration behind each two-hour episode, though events have been transported to present-day London.
is, like the two shows above, also based on a nonfiction book, this one a lengthy biography of human sexuality pioneers William Masters and Virginia Johnson by journalist Thomas Maier.
Adapting a book that spans many decades is no easy task, but writer/producer Michelle Ashford (The Pacific, Boomtown) seems to have pulled it off; the show's currently airing second season has collected even better reviews than its debut season.