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The House That Jack Built #2020

The House That Jack Built Ralph Parrish is a middle aged hard working Indiana farmer who visits his gay brother in Florida even though he does not approve of his brother s lifestyle From the moment he arrives Ralph and his

  • Title: The House That Jack Built
  • Author: Ed McBain
  • ISBN: 9780445406230
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • The House That Jack Built By Ed McBain, Ralph Parrish is a middle aged, hard working Indiana farmer who visits his gay brother in Florida, even though he does not approve of his brother s lifestyle From the moment he arrives, Ralph and his brother argue heatedly until the next morning when his brother is found dead and Ralph becomes suspect number one

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    1. finished this one this evening, 6 40 in the pee em, 4 12 17 great story 4.5 stars i really liked it short of amazing 12 reviews now hi ho hippity hop easter s on its way toots kiley iswhat, introduced in this story warren chambers, matthews s regular private eye is tailing leona summerville, frank s wifewho s been doing the dirty deed with a doctor and that s a spoiler anyway, he s made by leona, so they need to bring in another to tail leona some gay men in this one the previous story, some gay [...]

    2. Witty, funny and bitter sweet, this novel is tour de force A gay man is killed at home and his farmer brother is arrested for murder But the brother seems innocent He is good natured and hard working man Did he really commit a crime This riddle is very attractive I could not help turning pages Matthew is a loveable guy He deeply understand hearts of people You can enjoy the twist of this story A true muderer is whom you can never guess.

    3. Il settimo episodio della saga che ha per protagonista Matthew Hope, un avvocato della Grande Mela che ha scelto di trasferirsi a esercitare al sole della Florida, uno di quei libri che ha subito un tradimento significativo gi nella traduzione del titolo.Quello originale, infatti, The House That Jack Built, letteralmente significa La casa che Jack costru , e cita il primo verso di una nursery rhyme che assomiglia in qualche modo all italiana Alla fiera dell est.Non capisco del tutto la scelta di [...]

    4. Ed McBain didn t half churn them out and this book will by no means change how you look at the world What it is, is a solid mystery with an initially intriguing plot that carries the reader nicely to the end Descriptively it is fairly plain, the characters are reasonable but few will live on in your memories and the story lines, although start well, are comfortably solvable well, well before the books conclusion.It did a job, but not much .

    5. Matthew Hope is again representing an accused murderer that everyone else thinks committed the crime, no question about it Jonathan Parrish, a gay photographer is found dead in his kitchen after a wild party at his home His brother, Ralph Parrish, the accused murderer was found with his clothes covered in Jonathan s blood and the murder weapon was covered with Ralph s fingerprints Looks like a tough case for sure.

    6. A gay man is killed and suspicion falls on his straight brother Matthew Hope believes the man is innocent but has only a tale about a figure in black running away from the murder scene to go on There s quite a few twists, and some very interesting characters in this one All in all, quite enjoyable and enough to convince me to read Hope novels.

    7. I have loved Ed McBain s books, but this one didn t live up to his others A man is accused of killing his gay brother, but the twists and turns and what did the lawyer s partner s wife s love affair have to do with it nothing made it difficult to bother following to the end.

    8. Almost makes me feel like I could get interested in small town life in Florida Smart characters true to period.

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