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Backtracking through his father's past, young Alan . Joseph Hansen was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota, on July 19, 1923. Hansen wrote almost 40 books, which included novels and a series of l works.
Backtracking through his father's past, young Alan, another of the betrayed, begins to see how many men and women might have been bitter enough to murder Eric Tarr. By the time Alan learns the truth, it becomes his own personal tragedy and, both legs in casts, he waits helpless in a storm-shaken deserted house on the beach for his father's killer to find and kill him to. -Jacket. He attended Pasasdena City College.
The son of a South Dakota shoemaker, he moved to a California citrus farm with his family in 1936.
Joseph Hansen (1923–2004) was an American author of mysteries. The son of a South Dakota shoemaker, he moved to a California citrus farm with his family in 1936.
Joseph Leroy Hansen (June 16, 1910 – January 18, 1979), was an American Trotskyist and leading figure in the Socialist Workers Party. Born in Richfield, Utah, Joseph Hansen was the oldest of 15 children in a poor working-class family. He was the only one of the children who could attend college. His father, Conrad Johan Zahl Hansen, was a tailor, originally from the island Kvitvær, Lurøy, Nordland in northern Norway. His parents had immigrated after converting to Mormonism.
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Timothy MurphyProduct DescriptionThis second book in Joseph Hansen's groundbreaking, critically acclaimed Dave Brandstetter mystery series find's Dave sifting through the elaborate lies surrounding the murder of John Oats, who's drugged body was found washed up on the beach. Left behind are April Stannard, John's lover, and his son Peter, who was the beneficiary of his life insurance policy. The trouble is, Peter is missing
Other books by Joseph Hansen Death Claims Troublemaker One Foot in the Boat . A Smile in His Lifetime. The University of Wisconsin Press. This book is a work of fiction
Other books by Joseph Hansen Death Claims Troublemaker One Foot in the Boat (verse) The Man Everybody Was Afraid Of The Dog a half-finished story of an unhappy seaside summer. This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or individuals-living or dead-is entirely coincidental.
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