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Which is your favorite Lawrence Block character?
Is it Mathew Scudder, ex-cop, reformed alcoholic and unofficial private investigator? Or perhaps you prefer John Keller, the hit man for random hire. While a bit of a loner, Keller is a nice, easy-going kind of guy, whose steady hands, cool nerves and perfectly honed professional skills, match his hobby and passion of stamp collecting. Such skills also come in handy when he is killing people.
Or you may favor gentleman thief and bookstore owner Bernie Rhodenbarr. No matter who your favorite is, since Lawrence Block is the grand master of crime, mystery and suspense novels, you have a lot to love.
By the way, you may know this author as Ben Christopher, Anne Campbell Clark, Liz Crowley, Jill Emerson, Lesley Evans, Chip Harrison, Don Holliday, Paul Kavanagh, Sheldon Lord, Andrew Shaw or John Warren Wells, too. Block is a Mystery Writers of America Grand Master, and he has won the Edgar Allan Poe (4 times) and Shamus Awards, as well as other honors in France, Germany, and Japan.
No doubt Lawrence Block is a hard working pulp crime novelist, and thankfully a very prolific writer. And here is some good news for mystery and suspense fans, Lawrence Block is resurrecting many of his early books, some written pseudonymously and now being released under his true name.
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Writing as John Warren Wells, Larry Block offers his readers some free ebooks, check it out:
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ebooks!!! By Michael Rogers on August 9, 2012 Leave a Comment. I received another email heads-up from Lawrence Block Larry Block that he's offer additional freebie ebook titles, which is damn generous of him. I'm passing it ...
Forgotten Books publishes some of the early works of Lawrence Block, find out about them here:
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Lawrence Block published 69 Barrow Street back in 1961 while writing as "Sheldon Lord." He followed it up with Strange Embrace in 1962. Block, like many writers such as Robert Silverberg and Harry Whittington and Donald ...
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Boone beat for Friday, April 28, 2017 Lebanon Reporter - 13 hours ago 6:36 p.m. — Overdose, 7600 block of St. Lawrence Ct., Zionsville, possible bad reaction to medication, ZFD. 6:17 p.m. — Suspicious activity, 300 block of E. North St., caller said lots of people... Best-Selling Books: 04/23/2017 Traverse City Record Eagle - 5 days ago 3. “In Sunlight or in Shadow: Stories Inspired by the Paintings of Edward Hopper" edited by Lawrence Block, Pegasus Books, $25.95. Paperback fiction. 1. “Barkskins" by Annie Proulx,... Fogg's Livery dominated 300 block of Mesquite Corpus Christi Caller-Times - 2 hours ago In the 400 block of Mesquite, on the east side, was the Constantine Hotel, on the corner with Lawrence. When the Constantine was remodeled and renamed the Bidwell, one of its 25 bedrooms was turned... Escambia and Santa Rosa felony and DUI arrests Pensacola News Journal - 6 hours ago Caleb Jess Drennon, 21, 4600 block of Blue Ribbon Drive, Milton, drug possession, marijuana possession. Cameron Lawrence Gibstein, 26, address unavailable, probation violation. Danny Lamar Hendrix,...
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Here is a quick review of Command Strike by Don Pendleton (1977)...
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Donald Eugene "Don" Pendleton (December 12, 1927 – October 23, 1995) was an American author of fiction and nonfiction books, best known for his creation of American hero The Executioner: Mack Bolan. Other works include the Joe Copp, Private Eye series of six novels, the Ashton Ford, Psychic Detective series of six novels, and nonfiction books.
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Cataclysm: The Day the World Died aka Cataclysm by Don Pendleton 1969 Bee-Line Books Don Pendleton is best known for starting the Executioner series, but he also wrote weird, conceptual science fiction. And smutty private detectives, but I haven't found an...
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