Fb2 Undone ePub
by Michael Kimball
|Publisher:||Feature; New Edition edition (1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1410 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1374 kb|
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In a novel of greed and betrayal fraught with psychological suspense, Sal Erickson finds himself drawn into his best friend's scheme to fake his own death and abscond with two million dollars of the government's money.
Dark and riveting, Undone is pure noir. Kimball’s writing is charged with atmosphere and tension, and his pacing is electric, right up to the explosive ending.
London Times Bestseller; 14 publishers worldwide; 3 US book clubs, 2 UK book clubs; movie option: Crossroads Films. Undone, a riveting, erotically-charged thriller set in Maine, was published by Avon Books in October 1995. Rights to the novel were subsequently purchased by publishers in 11 countries. When the novel was released in Great Britain, it made the top ten London Times bestseller list, where it remained for two months. Dark and riveting, Undone is pure noir.
Michael Kimball (born February 1, 1967) is a novelist from the United States. Michael Kimball was born February 1, 1967 in Lansing, Michigan. He studied at Michigan State University and New York University, and now lives in Baltimore, Maryland. as Us (2011); Dear Everybody (2008); and Big Ray (2012).
Michael Kimball is an award-winning novelist, playwright, screenwriter, sound designer, and painter. He is the recipient of the 2014 John Gassner Memorial Playwriting Award for his play Duck and Cover, which was also named BEST PLAY in the Northern Writes Festival and the 2014 Dezart Performs Festival in Palm Springs, CA. His plays The Secret of Comedy and Best Enemies have been performed multiple times in New England, New Jersey, and New York. Screenplay adaptation of Kimball’s novel Mouth to Mouth, 2010. View more →. Sunset Ogunquit Beach. A painting by Michael Kimball. View more paintings →. Visit the SOUND BOOTH →. Producers.
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I’d never heard of Michael Kimball until I saw his book Undone hiding next to the Stephen King books in my local bookstore. I picked it up, had a glance through it, and noticed a blurb written by Stephen King.
I’d never heard of Michael Kimball until I saw his book Undone hiding next to the Stephen King books in my local bookstore. He says some very positive things about the book and one of the words he uses is ‘moving. Now that I’ve read the book and am reading the words on the back cover for a second time, ‘moving’ is the word that stands out the most. Undone is an extremely moving book. It is also a very clever book with enough surprises and twist and turns in the tale to keep readers hooked all the way to the.
Bobby and Noel are planning the scam of the century-a metaculously crafted.
Avon Books, 1996 - 341 من الصفحات. I picked this book up because it sounded interesting and original, but I actually found it to be predictable and boring, and I really struggled to complete it. قراءة التقييم بأكمله. Late one night, Sal Erickson's best friend calls him outside for a walk by the river.
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UNDONE, by Michael Kimball, is the story of a not so typical couple (Bobby and Noel Swift) that lives in the small town of. .Michael Kimball has put it all together in UNDONE: a complex plot, fully developed characters,highly visual descriptions, crackling dialogue and brisk pacing
UNDONE, by Michael Kimball, is the story of a not so typical couple (Bobby and Noel Swift) that lives in the small town of Gravity, Maine. Bobby and Noel moved there three years before, bidding their time, making preparations for their "plan" to escape the watchful eye of the IRS and their fellow partner in crime who's due to get out of prison. Michael Kimball has put it all together in UNDONE: a complex plot, fully developed characters,highly visual descriptions, crackling dialogue and brisk pacing. So many of his scenes remain sharp in the reader's memory because he makes us see, hear, and touch the places he describes.