|Author:||John Sanford,Dick Francis,Ed McBain|
|Publisher:||Media Books Llc; Abridged edition (March 2003)|
|Category:||Fiction and Literature|
|Other formats:||lrf txt lit doc|
Smokescreen - Dick Francis. There Was a Little Girl - Ed McBain
Smokescreen - Dick Francis. Edward Lincoln is a worldwide celebrity who plays detectives on the big screen. But when his godmother asks him to investigate her racehorses in South Africa, he's out of his depth. There Was a Little Girl - Ed McBain. After Matthew Hope slips into a coma - the result of a drive-by shooting - his friends, private eye Warren Chambers and police detective Morris Bloom - must follow in his investigative footsteps to discover why he was shot.
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If this little lot was to be off the record, I was a plumber’s mate. Dinner was laid with candles on a square black table in a mustard-painted dining alcove. The food was great and the talk provocative, but mostly the three of them tossed the ball among themselves while I replied when essential with murmurs and smiles, which couldn’t be picked on as quotes. Just my picture outside a block of flats at night alone with a beautiful girl in a totally revealing dress. I looked thoughtfully at the four men beside my car, decided the odds were against it, turned on my heel, and quietly walked away.
Ships from and sold by CatharsisBooks. Ships from and sold by ArtsyPrints. I LOVE ED McBAIN! Although I love his 87th Precinct series a slight bit more than his lawyer Matthew Hope, I can sit down and read any of his books and know that I will be entirely satisfied with the story, the characters and the timing. Ed McBain, aka Evan Hunter, was truly a master storyteller and quite a prolific one too. In this outing, Hope is more of a secondary character, albeit one that is involved throughout.
by Ed McBain, Dick Francis, John Sandford. 87th Precinct SeriesJohn Sandford. Cop Hater, The Mugger.
What should I read next? Books with the subject: Westerns Mystery: Shadow Prey, Smokescreen, There Was a Little Girl - John Sanford, Dick Francis, Ed McBain.
What should I read next? Books with the subject: Westerns. These Is My Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, 1881-1901 - Nancy Turner. Mystery: Shadow Prey, Smokescreen, There Was a Little Girl - John Sanford, Dick Francis, Ed McBain.
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Smokescreen by Dick Francis (Paperback, 1978). ISBN-10: 0671507370 ISBN-13: 978-0671507374. DESCRIPTION: Edward Lincoln had scaled the Himalayas, survived deadly car chases, defeated scores of assassins. As a film action man he'd even suffered stoically at the hands of sadistic directors. After finishing his latest film, he's asked to visit South Africa to discover why a dying friend's horses are suddenly doing so badly on the race track