Curt Gentry (born 13 June 1931 in Lamar, Colorado) is an American writer. He is best known for co-writing the book Helter Skelter with Vincent Bugliosi (1974), which detailed the Charles Manson murders. Gentry lives in San Francisco, California.
J.Edgar Hoover won the 1992 PEN Center West Literary Award for Non-Fiction.
- The Last Days of the Late, Great State of California, 1968
- J. Edgar Hoover: The Man and the Secrets
- The Madams of San Francisco: An Irreverent History of the City by the Golden Gate, 1964, paperback reprint 1971
- The Killer Mountains: A Search for the Legendary Lost Dutchman Mine
- Helter Skelter: The True Story Of The Manson Murders (with Vincent Bugliosi)
- Frame-up: The Incredible Case of Tom Mooney and Warren Billings
- The Dolphin Guide to San Francisco and the Bay Area
- Jade: Stone of Heaven (with Richard Gump)
- John M. Browning: American Gunmaker (with J. Browning)
- The Vulnerable Americans
- A Kind of Loving (with Toni Lee Scott)
- Operation Overflight: The U-2 Spy Pilot Tells His Story for the First Time (with Francis Gary Powers)
- Second in Command: The Uncensored Account of the Capture of the Spy Ship Pueblo (with Edward R. Murphy)
- Johnston, David (September 9, 1991). "Hoover: Still a Shadow Not to Be Stepped On". The New York Times. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
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