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Bill Sweeney is a down-and-out lush. He is also a top-notch reporter. Aroused by the naked beauty of the Ripper's fourth victim--or near-victim--Sweeney pulls himself together and goes after the killer. As he puts questions and answers together, he finds himself face to face with madness and death.
Posted March 13, 2012
Brown's "Screaming Mimi" is a great choice if you're looking for down-and-dirty noir with tight plotting and burly prose. Pretty much impossible to put down once it gets going, with a premise that gets creepier as it chugs along. Some editorial issues with this edition, but at .99 I can only whine so much. If you're unsure which of the noir offerings to check out on your Nook, here is one that's definitely worth a look. Glad I took a chance on it.
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Posted May 1, 2013
Posted April 27, 2013
I only need a couple and your in charge of makong sure to hav people pay and on the computer check off when tables are taken and reservations and that kind of stuff.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 13, 2013
A thriller about an Irish news reporter named Sweeney who gets off a 2 week binge by obsessing over a blond stripper that has an attack dog. His dream is to solve The Ripper Murders. The MacGuffin in this story is a statuette of a terrified girl that takes Sweeney through all the dives and strip joints of Chicago. Lots of colorful characters and a suprise ending. A great story to read on a rainy day in one sitting!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.