Blacklist ePub download
by Paretsky Sara
- ISBN: 0241142261
- ISBN13: 978-0241142264
- ePub: 1124 kb | FB2: 1152 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Mystery
- Publisher: QPD (2003)
- Pages: 400
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 922
- Format: txt docx azw lit
Warshawski series, 2003. For Geraldine Courtney Wright, artist and writer-valiant, witty and formidable-a true grande dame: I cannot rest from travel; I will drink life to the lee. HANKS.
Warshawski series, 2003. Dr. Sarah Neely provided valuable medical advice. Jill Koniecsko made it possible for me to navigate Lexis-Nexis. Judi Phillips knew exactly how a robber baron would have constructed an ornamental pond in 1903.
Timely, entertaining, thought-provoking and hard to put down. Louis Post-Dispatch "This is not your everyday detective story. A complex, disturbing thriller, one that will linger in readers' minds
The trail leads her back to the McCarthy era blacklists, and forward to the ominous police powers the American government has assumed today.
Author: Sara Paretsky. The trail leads her back to the McCarthy era blacklists, and forward to the ominous police powers the American government has assumed today. V I finds herself penned into a smaller and smaller space by an array of business and political leaders who can call on the power of the Patriot Act to shut her up.
I've spent the day reading Sara Paretsky's BLACKLIST. What a powerful book - wealthy elite scandals vs. young orphan dishwasher accused of terrorism. an unwilling "Penelope" not content to weave and wait and worry about Morrell in Afghanistan. The backstory of HUAC hearings and the lives ruined by the Blacklist, remind me of friends' tales of terrified activists watching the hearings on TV and of today's climate as well, uncomfortably close to home.
I have always enjoyed reading Sara Paretsky and this book did not disappoint.
I have always enjoyed reading Sara Paretsky and this book did not disappoint. But while reading I always wonder why V. I. has chosen to be a PI, she obviously has never heard that old cliche, you can catch more flies with honey. She muscles her way through cases where she ends up the loser on many fronts when just a tiny bit of finesse would have gotten her through on top.
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Blacklist - the latest V. Warshawski novel. As usual, Sara Paretsky has not just written a great detective novel, but has also tackled far broader issues - in this case everything from terrorism, current attitudes towards muslims, the blacklists.
rather than to stake out my car. We drove on past the Mustang and parked the Jaguar in the Larchmont carriageway. While the dogs tore through the underbrush, Mr. Contreras and I cleaned out the Jaguar.
Sara Paretsky (born June 8, 1947) is an American author of detective fiction, best known for her novels focused on the female protagonist V. Warshawski. Paretsky was born in Ames, Iowa. Her father was a microbiologist and moved the family to Kansas in 1951 after taking a job at the University of Kansas, where Paretsky eventually graduated. The family rented an old farm house. Her relationship with her parents was strained; her mother was an alcoholic and her father was a harsh disciplinarian.