Killshot Paperback – 30 Mar 2000
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The King of Cool returns with another thrilling tale of crime capers. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
About the Author
Elmore Leonard was born in New Orleans on 11 October 1925. He wrote forty-five books during his phenomenal career, including the bestsellers Mr Paradise, Tishomingo Blues, Be Cool and The Hot Kid. Many have been made into successful movies, including Get Shorty with John Travolta, Out of Sight with George Clooney and Rum Punch, which became Tarantino's Jackie Brown. He is the recipient of the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award and the PEN USA Lifetime Achievement Award. He died on 20 August 2013 in Detroit.
www.elmoreleonard.com--This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
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I really enjoyed the book plenty of action fast moving and interesting well written a lot of interesting facts hard to put downPublished on 16 Nov. 2013 by alexander
Interesting experiment in dual hero's/heroines. Does not quite have the focus that his one man novels have. I think his best ones have relatively simpler plots.Published on 25 Oct. 2013 by meredydd78
the good characters are likeable and realistically drawn while he tells just enough about the psychopaths to crae an air of menace and keep the plot moving along . Read morePublished on 8 Sept. 2013 by Hampstead Mackem
Brilliant dialogue and excellent characters. Leonard obviously did a lot of research. His style is really offbeat and vibrant. Loved it.Published on 12 Jun. 2013 by Mrs Wright
I bought this for my dad who loves audio books and sure enough the story was a cracker but unbelievably, the ends of each chapter were missing - just a short bit, but still. Read morePublished on 5 Aug. 2010 by ddigger