- The Most Anticipated Crime Books of Part 3 | CrimeReads
- The Most Anticipated Crime, Mystery, And Thriller Books Of 12222
- Daily Giveaway
- The top 10 summers in fiction
A phone call from a dying friend pulls Mike Hammer into a world of two-bit hucksters and hidden brutality, where life is cheap and revenge is costly. Lurking beneath the unsolved murder of a sleazy pickpocket, there is another, deeper mystery—with the fate of far more than one hard-boiled detective in the balance. The Body Lovers. The teasing, transparent nighties were so shredded they barely covered the bodies of the murdered beauties.
The Most Anticipated Crime Books of Part 3 | CrimeReads
The blonde wore black. The redhead, green.
And now someone was combing the city for the same number in white. Two strange slayings and a very frightened model set Mike Hammer on a chase through the world of high fashion and UN cocktail parties to Village bars and sleazy hotels. Snarling Hammer hits pay dirt when he dives underground to a secret sex cult, and busts open a group of degenerate, but highly eminent kick-killers. Spillane has applied his Midas touch to another thriller. Kiss Me Deadly.
The Most Anticipated Crime, Mystery, And Thriller Books Of 12222
Mike Hammer gives a lift to a beauty on the run from a sanitarium—but their joyride is cut short by two dark sedans full of professional killers, who knock the detective out cold. When he wakes up, his car has been rolled off a cliff, with his mysterious passenger still inside it.
The Big Kill. The past comes back to haunt Detective Inspector Stewart White again and again in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. Picking up the trail where it left off in Damaged Goods, this riveting crime thriller starts with a bang and never lets up. Newly promoted Detective Inspector Stewart White starts off his career in Leeds with a seemingly random assortment of crimes. A rest area murder. A pub brawl. A missing person. As the deadly crime spree escalates, White receives a chilling call from a Florida sheriff.
A day of reckoning—both personal and professional—is at hand for Detective Inspector Stewart White in the third installment of the D. The high-profile case is assigned to White, who must now divide his attention between the kidnapping and the heroin sting operation.
Denying the past proves deadly for BK Hartshaw and Trevor Mayhew in this gripping noir novel where nothing is as it seems. Who will pay the ultimate price for their dangerous denials?
No stress. No computers. Just fourteen days of complete rest.
- Au restaurant aux Etats-Unis (Guide de conversation) (French Edition);
- The Most Anticipated Crime Books of 2018: Part 3;
- Just For The Craic.
The general atmosphere of the novel is also a world away from the lurid melodrama of the penny dreadful era, and is a good pointer to the fact that the almost exclusive concern of the crime novel with murder did not come about until well into the 20th century. Are these republished books and the Murder in the Library exhibition a recognition that crime fiction is of cultural and historical significance? A truly staggering proportion of fiction published across the world comes under the crime fiction label — possibly as much as one-third.
People still read the puzzle-based mysteries of Agatha Christie with huge enjoyment, but there is so much more variety in theme and setting now available.
The top 10 summers in fiction
Do you have any further female detectives or vintage crime to be re-published? Yes, we are planning many more in our British Library Crime Classics series.
Next spring we are publishing four more crime novels from the s, set in Cornwall, the Lake District, Oxford and on the London Underground. Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty.
- The top 10 books about the mafia.
- Vacation Rental Success (Vacation Rental Success series Book 1);
- Choose to Learn: Teaching for Success Every Day.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.