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Robert

Robert


Evan Hunter

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Year of publication: 1953

Evan Hunter Robert The salesman was a most presentable young man, with a grey tweed suit, and a neat brown mustache. Eddie listened to what he said, and he glanced occasionally at Mary to see if she shared interest. Youve got to understand, the salesman was saying, that you arent the first childless couple to make use of our service. As a matter of fact, I could name people in your own neighborhood who have done just what youre about to do and are We didnt say we were going to do it, Eddie ...

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101 Mystery Stories

101 Mystery Stories


O Henry
Martin H Greenberg
Lawrence Block
Edward D Hoch
Harry Kemelman
Leslie Charteris
Charles Dickens
Jack London
Isaac Asimov
Donald E Westlake
Henry Slesar
Edward Wellen
Barry N Malzberg
Frank R Stockton
John D MacDonald
Ed McBain
Edgar Allan Poe
Melville Davisson Post
Anna Katharine Green
Erle Stanley Gardner
Cornell Woolrich
William Campbell Gault
Ellery Queen
Bill Pronzini
Marcia Muller
Ron Goulart
Robert Bloch
Julie Smith
Susan Dunlap
Fredric Brown
John Lutz
Alexandre Dumas
Gil Brewer
Evan Hunter
Robert Edmond Alter
Michael Collins
Brian Garfield
James Holding
Craig Rice
Dion Henderson
Jack Ritchie
Fletcher Flora
Joe L Hensley
Arthur Porges
Katherine Mansfield
Guy de Maupassant
Robert J Randisi
George Harmon Coxe
Hal Ellson
Jonathan Craig
Michael Gilbert
Clark Howard
Robert L Fish
Joyce Harrington
Francis M Nevins, Jr
Nedra Tyre
Talmage Powell
Georges Simenon
Percy Spurlark Parker
Anton Chekhov
Hal Dresner
Morris Hershman
R L Stevens
John F Suter
Betty Ren Wright
Dwight V Babcock
Stephen Crane
H A DeRosso
Thomas B Dewey
Jack Foxx
Marilyn Granbeck
Len Gray
Edward Hunsburger
John Jakes
William Jeffrey
Stephen Marlowe
Arthur Moore
Richard A Moore
Helen Nielsen
Frank Sisk
Julian Symons
Jeffrey M Wallmann
Charlene Weir

ISBN: 9780517603611
Year of publication: 1986

101 Mystery Stories Acknowledgments MacDonald THERE HANGS DEATH Copyright 1949 by United Newspaper Magazines Corporation copyright renewed 1977 by John D. MacDonald. Reprinted by permission of the author. Brown Copyright 1940 by Popular Publications, Inc. copyright renewed 1968 by Fredric Brown. Reprinted by permission of International Creative Management. Westlake Copyright 1967 by Donald E. Westlake. First appeared in ELLERY QUEENS MYSTERY MAGAZINE. Reprinted by permission of the author. ...

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Manhunt. Volume 1, Number 4, April, 1953

Manhunt. Volume 1, Number 4, April, 1953


Mickey Spillane
David Goodis
Evan Hunter
Henry Kane
Robert Turner
Richard Deming
Roy Carroll
John McCloud
Richard Ellington
Kris Neville
Robert Patrick Wilmot

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Year of publication: 1953

Manhunt. Volume 1, Number 4, April, 1953 One Little Bullet by Henry Kane One minute a man can be sitting and drinking the next, he can he dead. All it can take is. I New York is lousy with night clubs. There are strip joints, clip joints, jive joints, live joints, square joints, hip joints, crash joints, splash joints, crumb joints, class joints. The Long-Malamed is class. All the way. It is located on Fifty-fifth Street at the southeast corner of Madison Avenue. It is a narrow, two-story, ...

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Mothers and Daughters

Mothers and Daughters


Evan Hunter

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Year of publication: 1961

Evan Hunter Mothers and Daughters This is for my sons TED, MARK, RICHARD I dont care who you are, woman: I know sons and daughters looking for you And they are next years wheat or the year after hidden in the dark and loam. CARL SANDBURG Book One Amanda Snow. She heard the shovels scraping on the campus walks when it was still dark, and she sat bolt upright in bed and thought Snow and then almost called out in excitement to the bed across the dormitory room until she remembered Diane had changed ...

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Love, Dad

Love, Dad


Evan Hunter

ISBN: 9780517544112
Year of publication: 1981

Evan Hunter Love, Dad THIS IS FOR ALL THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS, ALL THE MOTHERS AND FATHERS Mac Arthur Park is melting in the dark All the sweet green icing flowing down Someone left the cake out in the rain And I dont think that I can take it Cause it took so long to bake it And Ill never have the recipe again Oh no Oh no. Jimmy Webb 1968 1 Jamie was still working at midnight, hanging the matted enlargements on every available inch of wall space, using double-faced Scotch tape for the plaster ...

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Every Little Crook and Nanny

Every Little Crook and Nanny


Evan Hunter

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Year of publication: 1972

Evan Hunter Every Little Crook and Nanny THIS IS FOR VIVIAN AND JACK FARREN 1: Benny Napkins It was a gorgeous Wednesday in August, of which there had not been too many in New York this summer. It reminded Benny Napkins of the good old days in Chicago, back in the sixties, when he had been in the garbage and linen profession. Not the winters in Chicago, no, because to tell the truth those had not been so pleasant, having to hang onto ropes tied to office buildings to keep from getting blown off ...

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Manhunt. Volume 1, Number 12, December, 1953

Manhunt. Volume 1, Number 12, December, 1953


David Chandler
David Goodis
Evan Hunter
Craig Rice
Frank Kane
Jonathan Craig
Richard Marsten
Harold Q Masur
Charles Beckman, Jr
Roy Carroll
Hunt Collins
John McCloud
R Van Taylor

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Year of publication: 1953

Manhunt. Volume 1,Number 12, December, 1953 Black Pudding by David Goodis Riker had taken Kens wife, and put Ken in jail. Now Riker decided that Ken had to die... They spotted him on Race Street between Ninth and Tenth. It was Chinatown in the tenderloin of Philadelphia and he stood gazing into the window of the Wong Ho restaurant and wishing he had the cash to buy himself some egg-fooyung. The menu in the window priced egg-fooyung at eighty cents an order and he had exactly thirty-one cents in ...

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Far From the Sea

Far From the Sea


Evan Hunter

ISBN: 9780689113383
Year of publication: 1983

Evan Hunter Far From the Sea This is for my wife Mary Vann Hence in a season of calm weather Though inland far we be, Our souls have sight of that immortal sea Which brought us hither, Can in a moment travel thither, And see the children sport upon the shore, And hear the mighty waters rolling evermore. WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Monday From his hotel room he could see the ocean on the east and the bay on the west. The hospital was on the bay side, not very far from the sea. He stayed in the room only ...

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Streets of Gold

Streets of Gold


Evan Hunter

ISBN: 9780345246318
Year of publication: 1975

Evan Hunter Streets of Gold This is for my grandfather Giuseppantonio Coppola That was a hit before your Mother was born Though she was born a long long time ago Your Mother should know your Mother should know Sing it again John Lennon and Paul McCartney I Ive been blind since birth. This means that much of what I am about to tell you is based upon the subjective descriptions or faulty memories of others, blended with an empirical knowledge of my own forty-eight years of touching, hearing, ...

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Lizzie

Lizzie


Evan Hunter

ISBN: 9780241111727
Year of publication: 1984

Evan Hunter Lizzie This is for Roger Machell and Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson Lizzie Borden took an ax And gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done She gave her father forty-one. 1: Liverpool and London 1890 There was, for Lizzie, a sense of discovery no, of homecoming. Standing at the ships railing, listening to the groaning and hissing of the steam machinery as it hoisted the trunks and valises from belowdecks, she felt less a foreigner than she did a returning native. ...

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The Chisholms: A novel of the journey West

The Chisholms: A novel of the journey West


Evan Hunter

ISBN: 9780553105175
Year of publication: 1979

Evan Hunter The Chisholms: A novel of the journey West This is for my wifes parents Mary and Vann Hughes I Hadley They had put out whiskey and cakes, as was the custom, and had left the cabin door wide for mourners to come and go with their condolences. By a quarter past eleven, half a dozen of the men were drunk. The women sipped more politely, but the whiskey loosened their tongues as well, and their chatter in the cabin mingled with the laughter and the loud voices and the keening of the wind ...

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A Horse’s Head

A Horse’s Head


Evan Hunter

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Year of publication: 1967

Evan Hunter A Horses Head This is for Howard Melnick my brother-in-law See, see what shall I see A horses head where his tail should be. 1.Jawbone He came tumbling down the stairs head over heels cursing as his skull collided with each angled joining of riser and tread, wincing whenever a new step rushed up to meet him, and thinking all the while How dare he do this to me, a good old friend like me He was a lanky man of thirty-nine, needing a haircut, wearing a rumpled brown suit and a raincoat ...

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The blackboard jungle

The blackboard jungle


Evan Hunter

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Year of publication: 1955

Evan Hunter The blackboard jungle This is for Anita, my wife - Who was with me every step of the way What are the roots that clutch, what branches grow Out of this stony rubbish Son of man. You cannot say, or guess, for you know only A heap of broken images, where the sun beats... The Waste Land. T. S. Eliot There is no school in the New York City system named North Manual Trades High School, nor is the school in these pages intended as a representation of any existing school. Likewise, the ...

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Sons

Sons


Evan Hunter

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Year of publication: 1969

Evan Hunter Sons This is for my sons TED MARK RICHARD Buffalo Bills defunct who used to ride a watersmooth-silver stallion and break onetwothrcefourfive pigeonsjustlikethat Jesus he was a handsome man and what i want to know is how do you like your blueeyed boy Mister Death e.e. cummings I November I felt like a spectator and a participant both. From somewhere outside of myself, as if I were watching myself perform in the Friday night game films, I could see my own slow-motion image leaning ...

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The Paper Dragon

The Paper Dragon


Evan Hunter

ISBN: 9780094530102
Year of publication: 1967

Evan Hunter The Paper Dragon Monday 1 He felt giddy and foolish and awkward, and he also felt like a thief. He was fearful and elated and apprehensive and uncertain, but beneath it all he felt like a thief and this was confusing because it was he who had been wronged. And yet, he felt much the same as he had that day when he was eight years old and stole a box of crayons from the school supply closet. Just that way, with the same sort of trembling nervousness, the same heady swiftness of triumph ...

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