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Canto For A Gypsy

Author: Martin Cruz Smith
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476795916
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Gypsy antique dealer Roman Grey is back in one of Martin Cruz Smith’s most beloved novels—​the exciting and fast-paced Canto for a Gypsy. The priceless Royal Crown of Hungary is on display in St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. Guarded by many, including the NYPD and the gypsy antique dealer Roman Grey, a heist is impossible. But everybody wants the legendary Crown of Saint Stephen. The Hungarian government wants it as a symbol of national greatness. Exiled rebels want it simply to rob the Communists of their pleasure. And an ex-Nazi art plunderer wants it to settle a very old score. Then the unthinkable happens, and murder, mayhem, and all hell breaks loose…and only Grey knows the century’s old secret about the crown.

Diversity And Detective Fiction

Author: Kathleen Gregory Klein
Publisher: Popular Press
ISBN: 9780879727963
Size: 49.11 MB
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The first collection to articulate the pedagogical strategies of using detective fiction to investigate the politics of difference. The volume examines the many ways in which diversity is posited by contemporary writers exploring distinctive American subcultures. The distinguishing characteristic of the book is its mix of essays focusing on teaching cultural diversity in the classroom and illustrating diversity through fiction to the general reader. Among the issues addressed are definitions of diversity; what constitutes ethnicity or race, especially in terms of multiple subjectivities; how race, gender, and ethnicity are culturally constructed; and what part is played by identity politics.

How To Write Like A Bestselling Author

Author: Tony Rossiter
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW
ISBN: 1786854023
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Who hasn’t dreamt of writing a bestseller? Illuminating the best-known works of 50 celebrated authors, writing coach Tony Rossiter shows you exactly how they achieved their phenomenal success. With an expert eye he explains how each author began writing, and examines their style, techniques and routine for insights into their art. Imitating the methods – rather than the content – of a favourite writer is an excellent apprenticeship for anyone who wants to master the craft of writing. And it’s how many of the most successful authors began. If you want to write a bestseller, this guide will set you on the path to success.


Author: Rosemary Herbert
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195157613
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A mystery expert investigates how the giants of the genre pull off all those crimes and keep the twists coming page after page, then shows readers how they can do it too.

Critical Survey Of Mystery And Detective Fiction

Author: Frank Northen Magill
ISBN: 9780893564902
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Presents critical studies of more than 290 authors of detective and mystery fiction from around the world dating from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day.

The Mammoth Encyclopedia Of Modern Crime Fiction

Publisher: Robinson Publishing
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A reference and overview of the genre of crime fiction, primarily covering the 1950s onwards, although major earlier writers, such as Agatha Christie and Raymond Chandler, also have entries.