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A louse for the hangman
|Statement||by Leo Bruce [pseud.]|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.C8742 Lo, PR6005.R673 Lo|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||59038511|
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Corliss Books (US) Bookseller Inventory # Title Hangman's House Author Donn Byrne Illustrator John Richard Flanagan Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Good Jacket condition No Jacket Edition Reprint Binding Hardcover Publisher Grosset & Dunlap Place of Publication N. Y. Date published Bookseller catalogs Corliss Books; Size. This is a film that opens with Al Pacino’s hang-dog cop getting sideswiped, going on a poorly-filmed high-speed chase, and then pulling a gun on the driver despite the urging of those around him to be careful because he may have a bomb. “Sunovabitch just ruined my car,” he responds. It doesn't get smarter from there. It’s the kind of script that allows an Oscar winner to say “Serious.
Slowly the huge man got dressed and wiped the hair from his forehead. Then, without a word, he walked to the far end of the room. There, between the battered kitchen bench and the house altar with its crucifi x and dried roses, stood his hangman’s sword. The body of a man is found hanging in an empty house. To the Edinburgh police force, this appears to be a simple suicide case. But something about the scene strikes Detective Inspector Tony McLean as off. Days later another body is found hanging from an identical rope, with a noose tied in the identical way.
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Labels: A Louse for the Hangman, Carolus Deene, Leo Bruce, Rupert Croft-Cooke Newer Post Older Post Home RUPERT CROFT-COOKE (), a rather prolific author, wrote two series of detective novels under the pseudonym Leo Bruce: one featured Sergeant Beef, a (serving and then retired) police officer; tother featured Carolus Deene, the senior history master of the fictional.
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Book Overview On a cold November morning, a jogger runs through the woods in the peaceful Quebec village of Three Pines. On his run, he finds a dead man hanging from a tree. The dead man had been a guest at the local Inn and Spa. The Hangman's Hanging. About the Book. I’m Detective Sergeant Henry Hanratty from New Scotland Yard.
I’ve been on the job for nearly 30 years. I’d been assigned to this case in order to ensure max discretion in the handling of this particular suicide, given the fact that we were dealing with the suicide of the State Executioner. But. This book is for people who are interested in history and mystery.
This book is captivating and has a very creative plot, setting, and format. Tony is a young boy who inherited his dead great uncle, Zio Angelo's house by his last will. When his father is accused of murdering Angelo Tony sets /5(76). The first edition of hardback copies comes with a screen printed dust jacket and is available exclusively from The Aquarium, Simon Finch Art, and Hangman Books.
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For a hanging, the knot of the rope is typically placed under or just behind the left ear, although the most effective position is just ahead of the ear, beneath the angle of the left lower jaw. A Louse for the Hangman (Carolus Deene) by Leo Bruce - book cover, description, publication history.
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