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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0857683624
ISBN-13: 9780857683625
Sku: 219209785
Publish Date: 4/19/2011
Pages:  250
 
SOME PEOPLE WILL DO ANYTHING FOR MONEY
Mavis St. Paul had been a rich man''s mistress. Now she was a corpse. And every cop in New York City was hunting for the two-bit punk accused of putting a knife in her.
But the punk was innocent. He''d been set up to take the fall by some cutie who was too clever by half. My job? Find that cutie - before the cutie found me.
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SOME PEOPLE WILL DO ANYTHING FOR MONEY

Mavis St. Paul had been a rich man’s mistress. Now she was a corpse. And every cop in New York City was hunting for the two-bit punk accused of putting a knife in her.

But the punk was innocent.  He’d been set up to take the fall by some cutie who was too clever by half.  My job? Find that cutie – before the cutie found me.
Author Bio
Donald E. Westlake
Donald E. Westlake served in the U.S. Army and worked at a literary agency before beginning his writing career. Though he started as a writer's apprentice, churning out soft-core sex novels in the early '50s, Westlake went on to become a highly successful and diverse writer. He published his first novel, "The Mercenaries", in 1960, marking a string of dark crime novels that would characterize the early part of his career. From these beginnings, Westlake began to infuse a greater degree of humor into his novels, until he became primarily known for his comic crime capers. To his surprise, his novels "kept coming out funny," causing him to switch almost exclusively to plots like that of his 1975 novel "Two Much", which tells the story of a man pretending to be twins so that he can marry a set of twin heiresses. Westlake has also written under numerous pseudonyms, the most famous being Richard Stark, the name under which he wrote a series of grim mysteries featuring the professional thief Parker.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0250
Product attributePublisher:   Hard Case Crime
Product attributeSeries Part:   53
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