Fb2 The Mugger ePub
by Ed McBain
|Subcategory:||Suspense and Thriller|
|Publisher:||Avon Books (May 1, 1986)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1917 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1532 kb|
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Ed McBain (October 15, 1926 – July 6, 2005) was an American author and screenwriter. Born Salvatore Albert Lombino, he legally adopted the name Evan Hunter in 1952.
Ed McBain (October 15, 1926 – July 6, 2005) was an American author and screenwriter. While successful and well known as Evan Hunter, he was even better known as Ed McBain, a name he used for most of his crime fiction, beginning in 1956. He also used the pen names John Abbott, Curt Cannon, Hunt Collins, Ezra Hannon, and Richard Marsten, amongst others. His 87th Precinct novels have become staples of the police procedural genre.
This mugger is special. The second book in the 87th Precinct series, The Mugger is an Ed McBain classic, a nuanced portrayal of justice and vengeance hailed by the Daily Mirror as a masterpiece of crime writin. nd there's nobody who does it better.
The first chance he got was on his lunch hour.
The first chance he got was on his lunch hour r Ralph Townsend. He went into the booth, deposited a dime, and dialed the number. He allowed the phone to ring for a total of twelve times, and then he hung up. There were a lot of things to keep him busy on the beat that afternoon.
Ed McBain was one of the pen names of successful and prolific crime fiction author Evan Hunter (1926–2005). A violent mugger calling himself Clifford is running loose in the 87th Precinct. Hal Willis’ efforts to catch him will eventually encompass female officer, Eileen Burke. Debuting in 1956, the popular 87th Precinct series is one of the longest running crime series ever published, featuring more than 50 novels, and is hailed as "one of the great literary accomplishments of the last half-century. She will be the bait in an effort to trap Clifford before anyone else takes a sock on the jaw.
And you will thank Clifford back for this exciting, fast-paced early entry in Ed McBain's 87th Precinct series of police thrillers
And you will thank Clifford back for this exciting, fast-paced early entry in Ed McBain's 87th Precinct series of police thrillers. A mugger is brutalizing the women of the 87th Precinct, stealing their purse, punching them up, and taking his leave with a dandyesque bow and the immortal words: "Clifford thanks yo.
The 87th Precinct one of the great literary accomplishments of the last half-century. -Pete Hamill, Newsday. McBain has the ability to make every character believable-which few writers these days can d. -. -Associated Press show more.
by. McBain, Ed, 1926-2005. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
All the signs pointed to the mugger loose in the city, the crazy polite one who thanked his victims after he robbed them. Book Condition: Good Edge Wears Wears Back and Front Cover Creases Spine Creases Discoloration. But maverick cop Bert Kling had a gut instinct the killer was someone else-and started sniffing down a different path. Kling knew he was bucking the brass. But in the 87th Precinct, sometimes truth spoke louder than the rulebook.
Ed McBain was an American author and screenwriter. He was born in October 1926 and passed away in July 2005, at the honorable age of seventy-eight. He was born under the name Salvatore Albert Lombino, however he legally changed his name in 1952 to Evan Hunter. Despite this, he is far better known under the name Ed McBain, due to the fact that this is author title on his wildly successful collection of crime fiction novels. Ed McBain was a born and bred New Yorker. He was lived in Harlem, New York City from when he was born until he turned twelve. His family then moved to the Bronx.
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