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by Ed McBain
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Ed McBain and Evan Hunter on Internet Book List. 2001 audio interview with Leonard Lopate of WNYC/NPR - RealAudio
Ed McBain and Evan Hunter on Internet Book List. 2001 audio interview with Leonard Lopate of WNYC/NPR - RealAudio. Ed McBain, Evan Hunter bibliographies 1–2 at HARD-BOILED site (Comprehensive Bibliographies by Vladimir).
Dusk was coming on, staining the sky with purple. In the woods, the insects were beginning their night song. In the woods, the insects were beginning their night song omorrow was another workday. Another day was moving into the coolness of the past.
Til Death (87th Precinct. has been added to your Cart. Evan Hunter, the author who as Ed McBain virtually invented the American police procedural with his gritty 87th Precinct series featuring an entire detective squad as its hero, died in 2005 at his home in Weston, Conn.
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Used availability for Ed McBain's 'til Death. June 1978 : UK Hardback. March 2013 : USA Paperback.
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Snow whips through the city’s streets like lethal daggers when a young actress leaves the theater after her latest performance. She walks home instead of taking the subway, and soon the snow on the ground is stained red with her blood. A cold, hard winter is blowing in, and it’s bringing greed and murder. For Detectives Carella, Kling, Meyer, and Brown, the sudden storm that has covered the city in a suffocating sheet of ice is only the beginning of their problems.
A great cast of oddball character. .You get a whiff of the madness that can send an angry city reeling into chaos. A page-turner! -Denver Post. McBain serves up a smashing read. Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Ed McBain was an American author and screenwriter. He was born in October 1926 and passed away in July 2005, at the honorable age of seventy-eight. He was born under the name Salvatore Albert Lombino, however he legally changed his name in 1952 to Evan Hunter. Despite this, he is far better known under the name Ed McBain, due to the fact that this is author title on his wildly successful collection of crime fiction novels. Ed McBain was a born and bred New Yorker. He was lived in Harlem, New York City from when he was born until he turned twelve. His family then moved to the Bronx.
Ed McBain (pseudonym of Salvatore Alberto Lombino) (legally changed name to Evan Hunter in 1952) ( 15 October 1926 - 6 July 2005) New York City, USA - Weston, Connecticut, USA. Grand Master of the Mystery Writers of America - 1986. Ticket to Death (September 1954, Argosy; also - in Collection "Best Detective Stories of the Year 1955", ed. by David Coxe Cooke, NY: Dutton, 1955) as Evan Hunter aka: Death Flight (in the McBain's collections "The McBain Brief", 1982; and "Learning to Kill", 2006). Every Morning (September 1954, Manhunt, as Richard Marsten; also September 1954, Moongate de Homo Sentiens).
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