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by John Creasey
Author: John Creasey
Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton Limited.; 1st ed edition (1978)
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A Sharp Rise in Crime. First published in 1978.
A Sharp Rise in Crime. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), without the prior permission of the publisher. John Creasey – Master Storyteller - was born in Surrey, England in 1908 into a poor family in which there were nine children, John Creasey grew up to be a true master story teller and international sensation. Report an error in the book. A somewhat incredible deception is planned so as to try and put an end to corruption that is undermining the very fabric of society and to deal with vice crimes that appear to reach the highest levels. Scotland Yard announces that one of its best detectives, Roger West, is dead. The story is credible, as West has recently been the target of would-be assassins.
A Sharp Rise in CrimePaperback – 1 May 2015. by John Creasey(Author). In 1953 Creasey founded the British Crime Writers Association, which to this day celebrates outstanding crime writing
A Sharp Rise in CrimePaperback – 1 May 2015. He travelled widely, promoting his books in places as far apart as Russia and Australia, and virtually commuted between the UK and USA, visiting in all some forty seven states. In 1953 Creasey founded the British Crime Writers Association, which to this day celebrates outstanding crime writing. He won the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for his novel Gideon s Fire and in 1969 was given the ultimate Grand Master Award.
A Sharp Rise In Crime book. The Author: Born in Surrey, England, into a poor family as seventh of nine children John Creasey attended a primary school in Fulham, London, followed by The Sloane School
A Sharp Rise In Crime book. The Author: Born in Surrey, England, into a poor family as seventh of nine children John Creasey attended a primary school in Fulham, London, followed by The Sloane School. He did not follow his father as a coach maker, but pursued various low-level careers as a clerk, in factories, and sales. His ambition was to write full time and by 1935 he achieved this, some three years after the appearance of his first crime novel ‘Seven Times Seven’. West, Roger (Fictitious character), Police. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on January 13, 2012.
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