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Book Title: Let's Hear It for the Deaf Man|
Date of issue: January 1st 2001
ISBN 13: 9780446609708
The author of the book: Ed McBain
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 35.91 MB
Edition: Warner Books (NY)
Read full description of the books Let's Hear It for the Deaf Man:-- In Warner Books mass market editions, McBain's titles have over 277,000 copies in print in the last four years alone.
-- Two of the author's most recent 87th Precinct novels, The Last Dance (Simon & Schuster hardcover, 1/00) and The Big Bad City (Simon & Schuster hardcover, 1/99), were New York Times Notable Books of the Year.
-- The six titles in the Warner Books Ed McBain re-release program will capitalize on the publication of his latest 87th Precinct novels: The Last Dance (Simon & Schuster hardcover, 1/00), Cop Hater (Pocket Books paperback, 12/99), and The Big Bad City (Pocket Books paperback, 11/99). Warner began its McBain re-release program in 12/99 with Fuzz, Jigsaw, and Shotgun.
-- Ed McBain is one of the most illustrious names in crime fiction: He holds the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master Award, his novel Ice (Warner, 1996) was named one of the top ten crime novels of all time by Newsweek, and several of his 87th Precinct novels have been national bestsellers.
-- Hollywood loves Ed McBain, as demonstrated by the highly-rated NBC television series based on the 87th Precinct novels, and the major motion picture adaptation of Fuzz, starring Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, and Yul Brynner.
-- McBain, under the name of Evan Hunter, also wrote the seminal troubled youth novel The Blackboard Jungle, as well as the screenplay to Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds.With your assistance, I'm going to steal $500,000 on the last day of April. First, it was the strange phone calls, then the bizarre series of photographs. But the boys of the 87th Precinct knew what it all meant: their arch nemesis was back in town -- the Deaf Man. Even the gruesome crucifixion murderand a cat burglar who leaves live kittens as his calling card could not keep Carella, Kling, Hawes, and Brown from the torment of the riddles. And time was running out.
Read information about the author"Ed McBain" is one of the pen names of American author and screenwriter Salvatore Albert Lombino (1926 – 2005), who 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, Dean Hudson, Evan Hunter, and Richard Marsten.
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