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The Angel of Montague Street: A Novel - Green, Norman
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U.S.A.: Kensington Pub Corp, 1999. Book. Very Good. Paperback. 1st Edition Paperback. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. A book in the Big Mike Mystery series. 318 pages in very good condition. Light wear on corners. Covers have light edgewear and bumping to corners, some creasing - good condition. Empty Creek, Ariz., bookstore owner and former Marine, Penelope Warren and her rotund Abyssinian cat, Big Mike, are on the trail of the person who shot fossil hunter Millicent DeForest. They are exploring the scene of the crime, where dinosaur bones abound, when someone, presumably the killer, triggers a dynamite-aided landslide that buries the bones and clues. While the police begin excavating, Penelope digs up background on the academic Millicent and fossil hunters in general. She discovers that five Russian dinosaur skulls were recently stolen in Moscow and that a parade of international visitors has suddenly come to Empty Creek: a Japanese man atoning for his failure as a Yakuza; an Israeli selling what he claims are fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls; and a Russian couple who incessantly quote Dostoyevski. The police at the site unearth an old human skull with a bullet hole in it, and Penelope suspects the two murders are related. Then she and her lover are shot at as they float over the site in a balloon. Not until the Israeli is shot and Big Mike calls her attention to the man's fake Dead Sea Scroll fragments, is she able to link the evidence and nab the killer who wants exclusive rights to the fossil remains. Plotting suffers (and reader interest wanes) as the story's thick cast of characters and local goings-on cause crime-fighting in Empty Creek to take a backseat to local gossip and innuendo.., Kensington Pub Corp, 1999, Wolfe Publishing. Near Fine. 1998. Paperback. 1879356511 . Glossy softbound covers. Near fine condition. ., Wolfe Publishing, 1998, Lyman Products Corporation, 1983. paperback. very good condition with a bit of rubbing - 64 pages-  shipping via USPS., Lyman Products Corporation, 1983, Paperback. New. Description: Meg Finn is in trouble. Unearthly trouble. Cast out of her own home by her stepfather after her mother's death, Meg is a wanderer, a troublemaker. But after a botched attempt to rob a pensioner's flat, Meg and her partner in crime, Belch, are vaporized when a stray bullet from the, Boston, Massachusetts, USA: Little, Brown and Company, 1956. Tan treated paper on boards. Volume has minor wear. Jacket has small chips and is worn all edges. Now in clear cover. " A bullet fired in a tenement hallway made it touch and go to see if Ray Cassidy would walk again. Eventually he did, but after those long months in a body cast, he felt his nerve was gone. As the new house detective at the Hotel Imperial, it was his job to watch over the safety of the guests. Guest that included the Bishop Hruba, just checked in after his escape from behind the Iron Curtain. Backed by pretty Florence Savage and his old pal from the force, Mike Hannegan, Ray Cassidy was to play out a game of violence, mounting suspense and sudden death in the vast maze of the Imperial's plush rooms and corridors." . Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Charles Lofgren, jacket design., Little, Brown and Company, 1956, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2006. Premchand s Karmabhumi is set in the Uttar Pradesh of the 1930s. By the beginning of the 20th century, Islam and Hinduism had coexisted in India for over a thousand years, and barring the occasional outbursts of violence, the two religious communities had lived together peacefully and shared strong social bonds except marriage. English education, however, drove a wedge between these two communities. India of the early 1930s consisted of a great mass of poor and illiterate people who were exploited by the rich and powerful, irrespective of eithers caste or religion. The author s sympathy for these poor and toiling masses are clearly reflected in his writings. It is against this backdrop that Premchand wrote Karmabhumi. Being greatly influenced by Gandhiji s satyagraha movement, Premchand weaves this novel around the social goals championed by this movement. Human life is portrayed as a field of action in which the character and destinies of individuals are formed and revealed t hrough their actions. Some of these actions, which might seem melodramatic in ordinary realistic fiction, gain resonance in Karmabhumi, placed as they are within this symbolic and philosophical framework. Each character (or group) is depicted as coming to a point of moral awakening where he, she, or they must act on their convictions. The climax of the novel takes place in an assembly of the poor and dispossessed, where they voice their demand for land. The youngest of the speakers is put to death by a policeman s bullet but this incident eventually leads to victory of the cause of land for the poor. Printed Pages: 448.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Oxford University Press, 2006, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2006. Premchand s Karmabhumi is set in the Uttar Pradesh of the 1930s. By the beginning of the 20th century, Islam and Hinduism had coexisted in India for over a thousand years, and barring the occasional outbursts of violence, the two religious communities had lived together peacefully and shared strong social bonds except marriage. English education, however, drove a wedge between these two communities. India of the early 1930s consisted of a great mass of poor and illiterate people who were exploited by the rich and powerful, irrespective of eithers caste or religion. The author s sympathy for these poor and toiling masses are clearly reflected in his writings. It is against this backdrop that Premchand wrote Karmabhumi. Being greatly influenced by Gandhiji s satyagraha movement, Premchand weaves this novel around the social goals championed by this movement. Human life is portrayed as a field of action in which the character and destinies of individuals are formed and revealed t hrough their actions. Some of these actions, which might seem melodramatic in ordinary realistic fiction, gain resonance in Karmabhumi, placed as they are within this symbolic and philosophical framework. Each character (or group) is depicted as coming to a point of moral awakening where he, she, or they must act on their convictions. The climax of the novel takes place in an assembly of the poor and dispossessed, where they voice their demand for land. The youngest of the speakers is put to death by a policeman s bullet but this incident eventually leads to victory of the cause of land for the poor. Printed Pages: 448.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Oxford University Press, 2006, Harper Paperbacks, 2004. Trade Paperback book is in new, never been read condition. No dust jacket. Inside of book pages are crisp and clean. Pictorial cover. No creasing on binding edge. Minor shelf wear on edges of papeback cover. ISBN 0060934115. 2004 edition. Publisher: Harper Books. 320 pages long. Approx: 9 by 5.5 by 1. Additional pictures of condition are always available. Book Description: As a fresh face in the hard-boiled crime fiction sweepstakes, Green (Shooting Dr. Jack) is carving out a niche for himself with his piercing portraits of men trapped by their tainted pasts. Green's new hero, Silvano Iurata, is a Vietnam vet and a Buddhist who has returned to his native Brooklyn. He knows that he should not have come back home, since his mob-connected family has it in for him, but he has to find his brother, Noonie, who has mysteriously disappeared. He haunts the seedy hotels, dark alleys, dives and flophouses of the borough, drifting from one false lead to the next, deciphering double-crosses and dodging bullets, fists and romance. His relatives hold a number of grudges, both real and imagined, against him. Uncle Angelo, a genuine mobster out of central casting, believes Silvano is untrustworthy and spills family secrets. Little Dom, Silvano's cousin, wants him dead for a series of slights going back to their teen years. While Green lacks the clever wordplay of Elmore Leonard or the brooding explosiveness of Joe Connelly and George Pelacanos, he gets off some hilarious bits of dialogue, sudden bursts of manic action and sharp tongue-in-cheek descriptions. . Trade Paperback. New/None. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harper Paperbacks, 2004

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The Angel of Montague Street

In his first, highly acclaimed novel, Shooting Dr. Jack, Norman Green imbued the modern crime novel with wry dialogue, unforgettable characters, and an authentic Brooklyn setting. In THE ANGEL OF MONTAGUE STREET, he once again introduces a man living on the edge of violence, looking for a way out.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780060934118
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060934115
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: DARK ALLEY
320 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,240 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780060934118

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