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eBook The Tin Angel download

by Paul Pines

eBook The Tin Angel download ISBN: 0441809456
Author: Paul Pines
Publisher: Ace Books (May 1, 1985)
Language: English
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Also known for founding and programming Jazz at the Lake: the Lake George Jazz Weekend, Pines started the acclaimed The Tin Palace jazz nightclub on New York's Bowery in the East Village

Also known for founding and programming Jazz at the Lake: the Lake George Jazz Weekend, Pines started the acclaimed The Tin Palace jazz nightclub on New York's Bowery in the East Village. Paul Pines was born in Brooklyn, New York. His father, Dr. Bernard Pines, immigrated from Stanislau, Poland at the age of 12. His mother, Charlotte Rachlin, of Russian Jewish descent, worked her way through law school playing gigs with her all-woman trio.

Paul Pines grew up in Brooklyn around the corner from Ebbet's Field and passed the early sixties on the Lower . Asia is currently composing music for a libretto by Pines based on The Tin Angel

Paul Pines grew up in Brooklyn around the corner from Ebbet's Field and passed the early sixties on the Lower East Side of New York. Asia is currently composing music for a libretto by Pines based on The Tin Angel. Among his work as a translator he has contributed to Small Hours of the Night, Selected Poems of Roque Dalton, (Curbstone, 1996); Pyramids of Glass, (Corona 95); Nicanor Parra, Antipoems: New and Selected, (New Directions,1986).

PAUL PINES grew up in Brooklyn around the corner from Ebbet’s Field and passed the early 60s on the . Pines opened his jazz club, The Tin Palace, in 1973. It became the setting for his novel, The Tin Angel (Morrow, 1983).

PAUL PINES grew up in Brooklyn around the corner from Ebbet’s Field and passed the early 60s on the Lower East Side of New York. He shipped out as a Merchant Seaman, spending 65–66 in Vietnam. His memoir, My Brother’s Madness, (Curbstone Press, 2007) explores the unfolding of intertwined lives and the nature of delusion.

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Paul Pines grew up in Brooklyn near Ebbet's Field and passed the early .

Paul Pines grew up in Brooklyn near Ebbet's Field and passed the early 1960s on the Lower East Side of New York.

THE TIN ANGEL, by Paul Pines. In telling the story of a nightclub owner and his partner's apparently drug-related murder, the author has provided what Peter Andrews described here in 1983 as ''a fascinating and largely sympathetic view of the world of New York City jazz joints. Mr. Andrews also said, ''Writing a good mystery story is difficult enough for a first-time author, and writing a good novel is even harder. Writing both at the same time ranks as a superior accomplishment.

Source for information on Pines, Paul 1941- (Paul Andre Pines): Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. com/ (November 28, 2007), "Q&A with Paul Pines.

When his best friend and partner in the East Village jazz club the Tin Angel is found dead, Pablo Waitz seeks the truth about his death and the whereabouts of the club money he was carrying
Comments: (2)
Painshade
I've never been into the crime novel genre. The last one I read was The Friends of Eddie Coyle back in the 70s I think. I liked Coyle but this is better. Pines writes exceptionally well and turns many a creatively descriptive phrase. I found myself marking his best ones. Having first read Pines' memoir, My Brother's Madness, which I enjoyed and recommend, it's evident that Angel contains a lot of the author's personal, real life biography concealed within the fiction. It all works well because the author led an interesting life. I'm not a writer but I sense it's exhausting writing a story this good.
Olma
Paul Pines has a way of making you smile, cringe, weep, and laugh as if you were a bystander within his literary works. He captures and holds his audience from page one, and I always find myself turning that last page sad it has to come to a close. A wonderful read.