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Charles Williams
Birth date: August 13, 1909
Died: April 07, 1975
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The Professor
The Professor rated it 1 year ago
An abandoned boat, eighty-three thousand dollars and a long story in ship’s log. Bill Manning meets leggy blonde Shannon Wayne but to steal a phrase “This is not going to go the way you think”. “Gulf Coast Girl” (aka “Scorpion Reef”) begins with that delicious Marie Celeste mystery prologue, then re...
The Professor
The Professor rated it 1 year ago
“Well, you haven’t set the world on fire so far or you wouldn’t be in this place.” Two women, a lot of anger and a bank with rubbish security. Right from the start the reader is asking “Which way is this going to go south?” and most satisfyingly it does too. Car salesman Harry Madox, low on cash and...
The Professor
The Professor rated it 1 year ago
“The hell with all dizzy women, anyway.” Ex-footballer Lee Scarborough tries flogging his Pontiac to sun-bathing twenty-something nurse Diana James. She has other ideas. What follows involves $120,000, a world of trouble for Scarborough and a lot of fun for us. This tale will be a good friend to any...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 6 years ago
I much prefer the original title and cover of the original edition...Visceral tone...lots of carnality...I've finished this book when in Lisbon the temperature has risen to 43ºC... The book's "temperature" and the weather temperature are one of a kind...This story of a guy caught in a web of two-tim...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 9 years ago
When washed up football player Lee Scarborough gets hired to steal $120,000 from a banker's widow, how can he pass it up? Little does Lee know that other people have their sights set on the money and the widow herself. And Madelon Butler, the widow, is the most deadly of them all...A Touch of Deat...
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