Lee Server is an American writer. He is a graduate of New York University Film School. Server has written several books about Hollywood cinema and pulp fiction. His book on Ava Gardner, Love is Nothing (2006) was described as an "excellent biography" by Peter Bogdanovich. On March 20, 2019, Server joined George Noory on the Coast to Coast radio program to discuss his most recent book, Handsome Johnny: The Life and Death of Johnny Rosselli: Gentleman Gangster, Hollywood Producer, CIA Assassin. 
- Handsome Johnny: The Life and Death of Johnny Rosselli: Gentleman Gangster, Hollywood Producer, CIA Assassin (2018)
- Ava Gardner: "Love is Nothing" (2006)
- Encyclopedia of Pulp Fiction Writers (2002)
- Robert Mitchum: "Baby, I Don’t Care" (2001)
- Encyclopedia of Pulp Fiction Writers (2001)
- Asian Pop Cinema: Bombay to Tokyo (1999)
- The Big Book of Noir (1998)
- Over My Dead Body: The Sensational Age of the American Paperback: 1945-1955 (1994)
- Sam Fuller: Film is a Battleground: A Critical Study, with Interviews, A Filmography, and a Bibliography (1994)
- Danger is My Business: An Illustrated History of the Fabulous Pulp Magazines: 1896-1953 (1993)
- Screenwriter: Words Become Pictures (1987)
- Danger Is My Business: An Illustrated History of the Fabulous Pulp Magazines, Chronicle Books (San Francisco, CA), 1993 (p.145).
- "Ava's Allure". Peter Bogdanovich, New York Times, April 23, 2006. Retrieved January 22 2013.
-  Lee Server on the colorful life of mobster Johnny Rosselli, Coast to Coast, March 20, 2019.
- The Big Chat, Interview Series, Interview with: Lee Server
- Profile by Esther Cross, "Cuentame tu Vida", Buenos Aires 
- NY Times Book Review, review by Peter Bogdanovich 
- Lee Server Interviewed at Silver Screen Oasis 
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