» » THERE FELL A SHADOW (CRIME CLUB)

THERE FELL A SHADOW (CRIME CLUB) ePub download

by Keith Peterson

  • Author: Keith Peterson
  • ISBN: 0340521228
  • ISBN13: 978-0340521229
  • ePub: 1752 kb | FB2: 1999 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CORONET BOOKS (May 17, 1990)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 388
  • Format: lrf rtf mobi docx
THERE FELL A SHADOW (CRIME CLUB) ePub download

Title: There Fell a Shadow Author(s): Andrew Klavan Publisher: MysteriousPress.

I read all 4 of the keith Peterson john wells/ace crime reporter stories back to back, which I normally don't do. love the books.

by. Peterson, Keith, 1954-. Toronto ; New York : Bantam Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

There Fell a Shadow book. A reunion of three journalists ends in murder, and John Wells, top crime reporter from The New York Star, is the only witness

There Fell a Shadow book. A reunion of three journalists ends in murder, and John Wells, top crime reporter from The New York Star, is the only witness. Drawn into a web of old friendships and intrigue begun a decade before, Wells walks a perilous path of professional, personal and political secrets.

writing as Keith Peterson. Open Road Integrated Media ebook. This book is for doug and mary ousley. Last night, ah, yesternight, betwixt her lips and mine. There fell thy shadow, Cynara! thy breath was shed

writing as Keith Peterson. There fell thy shadow, Cynara! thy breath was shed. Upon my soul between the kisses and the wine; And I was desolate and sick of an old passion

A newspaperman investigates a war correspondent’s hotel room murderAs snow falls on Manhattan, three old colleagues warm themselves in the wood-paneled confines of the Midtown Press Club.

A newspaperman investigates a war correspondent’s hotel room murderAs snow falls on Manhattan, three old colleagues warm themselves in the wood-paneled confines of the Midtown Press Club. New York Star crime reporter John Wells listens as they rehash old times, then follows Colt back to his room to drink some more. He wakes hung over, just in time to see Colt murdered.

Klavan began his crime-writing career using the pseudonym Keith Peterson. There Fell a Shadow (1988) (as Keith Peterson). Under that name, he wrote the four John Wells mysteries, about a crime-solving newspaper reporter, and also The Scarred Man, his first novel of psychological suspense. Klavan's book Mrs. White, which he wrote under the pen-name Margaret Tracy, won the 1984 Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original. In 1989, his novel Trapdoor was nominated in the Best Paperback Original category. In 1990, he won the Edgar Award in the Best Paperback Original category for The Rain, as well as a nomination at the 1990 Anthony.

The Scarred Man. Rough Justice. Finally, and most important, this book is not a detailed examination of the murder of Amy Wilson. The series of articles I wrote for the St. Louis News and the piece I wrote for The New Yorker that was based on the News articles have pretty well exhausted me on those subjects. Nor will I attempt to refute the recent attacks on my character by certain self-styled minority leaders and by columnists on both the religious right and the feminist left.

Two of Klavan's books have been adapted into motion pictures: True Crime (1999) and Don't Say a Word (2001). Mrs. White (1987) (as Margaret Tracy, with Laurence Klavan). The Rain (1988) (as Keith Peterson). Darling Clementine (1988). The Trap Door (1988) (as Keith Peterson).