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eBook Doll download

by Ed McBain

eBook Doll download ISBN: 0749308826
Author: Ed McBain
Publisher: Mandarin (February 21, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1705 kb
Fb2: 1472 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Detective Steve Carella is called upon to investigate the grisly stabbing death of beautiful fashion model Tinka Sachs.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Doll was the first book I've read so far and a short one. I'm experimenting with unread authors and McBain is one of them that I've really enjoyed

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. She was a living doll-until she was slashed to death. Detective Steve Carella wants Bert Kling on the case. I'm experimenting with unread authors and McBain is one of them that I've really enjoyed. Although, I knew who was the killer, but the characters made the book exciting and the fast-paced action was overwhelming. I wasn't too keen on the drug use, but considering the time that this book was written-at the height of hardcore drug use, one couldn't expect a cleaner book. I strongly recommend McBain.

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. 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.

McBain E. d McBain Doll This, too, is for Dodie and Ray Crane The city in these pages is imaginary. The people, the places are all fictitious. Only the police routine is based on established investigatory technique. Chapter 1 The child Anna sat on the floor close to the wall and played with her doll, talking to it, listening.

Ed McBain’s Doll is absolutely one of the best in the 87th Precinct series. The opening scene of a woman being slashed to death, while her little girl sits in the next room comforting her doll, is both harrowing and gritty, setting a somewhat darker tone for this entry than many in the series

Ed McBain’s Doll is absolutely one of the best in the 87th Precinct series. The opening scene of a woman being slashed to death, while her little girl sits in the next room comforting her doll, is both harrowing and gritty, setting a somewhat darker tone for this entry than many in the series. As with all the 87th Precinct novels, especially the better ones, there is a lot more going on here than the murder and the investigation. This one follows the death of someone in a previous ent Ed McBain’s Doll is absolutely one of the best in the 87th Precinct series.

Doors" by Ed McBain paperback book. Published by Warner Books in 1981. Second Warner Books Printing: June, 1981.

Ed emberley& рисунок книга животных (Эд emberley чертежа книги) Эд emberle. Ed Emberley is the Caldecott Award-winning author of the popular Drawing Book series, as well as the best-selling Go Away, Big Green Monster! He lives in Ipswich, MA. Country of Publication.

Ed emberley's рисунок книга животных (Эд emberley чертежа книги) Эд emberle. Состояние товара: Хорошее состояние.

Carella did not look up from the book he was writing in. He kept telling himself that it would really not be a good idea for him to hit Mr Douglas King in the mouth.

txt 108 Кб. CHAPTER ONE. 'We want your voting stock, Doug'. Carella did not look up from the book he was writing in. Quietly, politely, he asked, 'What do you do for a living, Mr King?'

She was a living doll--until she was slashed to death. Detective Steve Carella wants Bert Kling on the case, even though Kling is making enemies of everyone. Then finally even Carella has had it with Kling, and suddenly the detective is missing and suspected dead. The men from the 87th Precinct go full tilt to find the truth. But they really need to find is a little doll--the little doll with all the answers.
Comments: (7)
Bodwyn
Number 20 in the 87th Precinct series opens with a woman being brutally slashed to death while her young daughter cowers in the next room, playing with her favorite doll. The victim is a beautiful model who would have naturally attracted the attention of a good many men, but why would one of them want her dead?

Meanwhile, back in the squad room of the 87th Precinct, trouble is brewing as well. Detective Bert Kling is still grieving the loss of his fiancé and is alienating everyone on the squad, including the lieutenant, with his surly behavior. The Lieutenant has decided to transfer Kling out, and Kling's only remaining defender is Steve Carella. Carella asks the Lieutenant to partner him with Kling in an effort to solve the murder of the beautiful model.

Carella hopes that there's still time to salvage Kling, who was once a productive member of the squad. But early on in the case, Kling manages to alienate even the last friend he has in the precinct, and Carella orders him to go home. Just then, Carella discovers a clue that may break the case wide open, but absent a partner, he decides to pursue it alone.

Well, every reader knows this is going to be a huge mistake and the result is a very gripping tale with some interesting twists and turns. The result is one of the more entertaining books in this long-running series. A quick but very satisfying read.
Yainai
Doll was the first book I've read so far and a short one. I'm experimenting with unread authors and McBain is one of them that I've really enjoyed. Although, I knew who was the killer, but the characters made the book exciting and the fast-paced action was overwhelming. I wasn't too keen on the drug use, but considering the time that this book was written--at the height of hardcore drug use, one couldn't expect a cleaner book.
I strongly recommend McBain. I had to buy several books the same day I bought 'Doll' because McBain was rated "top" comparing to those we already know about. My curiosity paid off.
SupperDom
Doll was the first book I've read so far and a short one. I'm experimenting with unread authors and McBain is one of them that I've really enjoyed. Although, I knew who was the killer, but the characters made the book exciting and the fast-paced action was overwhelming. I wasn't too keen on the drug use, but considering the time that this book was written--at the height of hardcore drug use, one couldn't expect a cleaner book.
I strongly recommend McBain. I had to buy several books the same day I bought 'Doll' because McBain was rated "top" comparing to those we already know about. My curiosity paid off.
Wild Python
There is a clever twist. Ed M Bain was ahead of his time.
Antuiserum
Perhaps the most touching of McBain's books that I've read so far. Doll will take you to the scene of the crime and into the hearts of the incredible characters of the 87th.
Downloaded
Something I overlooked in the review of the DVDs on this series. An extra bonus was the interview with Ron Harper.
Have enjoyed all the series he has been in. Would like to have seen this book in the series.
Bys
More complex plot than usual & title had several different meanings. Also, it involved most of the main characters from the 87th Precinct.
Smelly and awful..misrepresented! Had to throw it out.