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by Maxim Jakubowski

  • Author: Maxim Jakubowski
  • ISBN: 0330335723
  • ISBN13: 978-0330335720
  • ePub: 1665 kb | FB2: 1786 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Publisher: Pan Books (December 2, 1994)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 409
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More Murders for the Fireside ePub download

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Featuring a brand-new jack reacher story! A collection of seventeen brand-new crime stories from bestselling authors Lee Child, Jeffrey Deaver, Stella Duffy, and more. The hidden life of Sherlock Holmes's most famous adversary is reimagined and revealed by the finest crime writers today. Following a long career in book publishing, during which he was responsible for several major crime imprints, he opened London's mystery bookshop Murder One.

Maxim Jakubowski (born 1944) is a crime, erotic, science fiction and rock music writer and critic. Jakubowski was born in 1944 in England to Russian-British and Polish parents, but raised in France. Jakubowski has also lived in Italy and has travelled extensively.

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This city-based series of outstanding erotica stories takes a bite out of the succulent Big Apple. A banquet of seduction, sin, kink and decadence has been specially prepared by top connoisseurs from the American erotica world for the delectation of your imagination. Brand new stories from Thomas S Roche, Michael Hemmingson, Shanna Germain and many other literary talents are collected here to specifically celebrate and eroticise New York.

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MAXIM JAKUBOWSKI owns London’s Murder One mystery bookshop.

For those from abroad and tourists, it conveys images of tarnished royal splendours, fade. MAXIM JAKUBOWSKI owns London’s Murder One mystery bookshop.

Jakubowski has assembled here a compendium of the most morbid, depressing, thoroughly unpleasant stories I've ever seen

For those who still prefer reading an ing dirty book once in a while and don't mind morbidity and S/M, this book will be great. Jakubowski has assembled here a compendium of the most morbid, depressing, thoroughly unpleasant stories I've ever seen. I don't even want to meet anyone who gets turned on by this sort of thing. And I am a man of broad and even kinky tastes, with no problem at all with reading about non-Euclidean sex; anyone who is familiar with my own recent work can attest to that.

For the past three years, he has been busy writing, under a pseudonym, a series of Sunday Times bestselling novels which has now reached ten volumes. His latest novel is THE LOUISIANA REPUBLIC (2018).

Once again the nights grow colder, and murder and mayhem have broken out between the covers of this compendium of crime. Included are 22 tales of cunning and deceit from modern British mystery writers: Robert Barnard, Simon Brett, Molly Brown, Liza Cody, Mat Coward, P.C. Doherty, Elizabeth Ferrars, Stephen Gallagher, Paula Gosling, P.D. James, H.R.F. Keating, Gillian Linscott, Peter Lovesey, Anne Perry, Ellis Peters, Ian Rankin, Julian Rathbone, Derek Raymond, Ruth Rendell, Mike Ripley and Mark Timlin.