Pelecano s' new book, Hell To Pay, demonstrates that, as a key player in the film production company that creates the quirky movies of the Coen Brothers, he can give that duo a run for their money when it comes to bizarrely fractured narratives and idiosyncratic dialogue. This exhilarating piece marks another appearance for private investigators Derek Strange and Terry Quinn, who tread the meaner streets of Washington in the course of their dangerous work. (An apparently senseless death rocks the capital, and Strange finds himself personally involved in a bitter hunt for the killers. As he closes in, Derek finds the very tenets that guide his existence on the line, and only he can resolve a conflict that inv
Potter swung the gun so quickly that it lost its shape in the light. He slashed it across the brow of the man, the blow knocking the cap off his head. The man's hand went to his face, blood seeping through his fingers immediately and he stumbled back agai (Barry Forshaw, AMAZON.CO.UK REVIEW
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* A serial child killer. A couple tens of thousands of pounds in debt. And a young girl with a mysterious, terrifying illness...