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by Michael Stone

  • ISBN: 0670877743
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Michael Stone
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Other formats: lit azw doc mobi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Viking Adult; First Edition edition (February 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 241 pages
  • FB2 size: 1600 kb
  • EPUB size: 1949 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 772
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Token of Remorse: A Stree. has been added to your Cart. Shamus Award Nominated Writer Michael Stone started his career as a newspaper reporter, working as a correspondent for The Dallas Morning News and winning awards for his investigative journalism, before becoming a private detective in Denver. He used that experience to powerful effect when he became a crime fiction novelist. Stone's blockbuster series of thrillers began with The Low End of Nowhere, which introduced bounty hunter Streeter, the der-heart tracking down terrifying criminals on the streets of Denver.

Token of Remorse book. The third Streeter mystery once again breathes life into the streets of Denver. with explosive results. Mik "The third Streeter mystery once again breathes life into the streets of Denver.

Token of Remorse: A Streeter Thriller. The third streeter mystery from michael stone

Token of Remorse: A Streeter Thriller. The third streeter mystery from michael stone

Token of Remorse : A Streeter Mystery.

Token of Remorse : A Streeter Mystery. Viking Mystery Suspense. By (author) Michael Stone. Once again, Streeter tangles with the nasty, the sultry, and the dimwitted as only he knows how, chasing a case where the professional becomes personal when his past blasts smack into the middle of it. show more. Format Hardback 241 pages. Dimensions 13. 2 x 21. 6 x 2. 4mm 40. 3g. Publication date 01 Feb 1998. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Электронная книга "Low End Of Nowhere: A Streeter Thriller", Michael Stone

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The bounty hunter, Streeter, is hired by a Denver millionaire who makes waterbeds to find his nephew before .

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15,000 first printing.

Find nearly any book by Michael Stone. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Totally Dead: A Streeter Mystery. ISBN 9780670882083 (978-0-670-88208-3) Hardcover, Viking Adult, 1999. Find signed collectible books: 'Totally Dead: A Streeter Mystery'.

The complete series list for - A Streeter Mystery Michael Stone. Enforcement, PD. 1998-01, 1998.

A lot of 4 Michael Stone "Streeter" mystery paperbacks. All are in very good condition for reading. The titles are: A Long Reach Token of Remorse The Low End of Nowhere Totally Red.

In the third installment of the Streeter mystery series, the ex-football player-turned-bounty hunter finds himself chasing the mistress and nephew of a sleazy water-bed millionaire to the barrios of Mexico. By the author of The Low End of Nowhere. 15,000 first printing. Tour.
Reviews about Token of Remorse: A Streeter Mystery (7):
Qudanilyr
This time out bounty hunter Streeter takes a job for Marty Moats, the Waterbed King of Colorado. His nephew, Richie Moats, is presumed dead, his car found in Mexico with blood in the driver's seat. We already know Richie and his girl friend Tina had ripped off her boss, a low level crime figure, of several hundred thousand in cash. The plan had been to disappear after setting things up to appear dead.

Old Marty didn't care much for his nephew, but his wife doted on him. He wanted to keep her happy and he wanted to know if the boy was actually dead.

Things get complicated when Streeter goes to Mexico and starts to believe things are not on the up and up. Plus an old enemy of Streeter's, Grover Royals, going all the way back to their high school days and the school football team steps into the picture. Streeter had been intimidated back then and still was a bit. He was the man behind the man ripped off by the young folks. Also taken was some blackmail files the crime boss wanted back.

And one more complication. Royals was supposed to have a silent partner.

A nice well written thriller just released in this new edition by Brash Books.
Irostamore
This is the third Streeter novel -- and happened to be the first I picked up. Unless something strange happens -- a rift in space and time perhaps -- I won't be reading any more of these. Portrayed by the marketing material as tough-guy, noir fiction akin to Chandler's Marlowe or Child's Reacher, Streeter is not even in the same league as those characters.
We wait until page 146 to get any kind of action involving the protagonist. The pacing is deadly slow and the storyline (not lines... just line) hits lull after lull. You'll know who the bad guy is within, oh, 50 pages or so.
The sad thing is that Stone has writing ability. He isn't a bad technician. And once in a while Streeter even cracks wise, like the great characters often do. Problem is, the humor and sarcastic comments are few and far between. Combine that fact with a story-line that isn't even remotely engaging... well, you pretty much get the last Streeter I will ever read.
Cobandis
i haven't been a big fan of what i'll blindly term "hard-boiled pulp," but this book has converted me. i picked this one up just as a "bathroom book;" but then i couldn't wait to go to the bathroom just so i could find out what was going to happen next! it started out as what i would assume the typical noir thriller would begin, but then it started plummetting, careening, slowing down, and then bam! you're shooting up another hill ready to dive to your death again. i'm psyched to try out the other streeter mysteries.
also, i'll have to argue with the last reviewer who commented that the covers are "cheesy." classic owen smith (mile-away recognizability), and one of the few covers i've actually ever seen which depicts, truly, a scene from the story.
grand star
This guy Stone can write--characters well drawn, humor, tough broads, very devious and brutal low-lifes, a fast-moving plot that keeps you guessing and interested, and "Streeter"-tough, cautious and smart but not indestructible or infallible. Also, he got some issues about long-term relationships with the fair sex, even though he needs one. This was a great read-didn't put it down for long--wife enjoyed it too. Highly recommended as an example of the tough private eye genre. I'm about to order the other 3 Michael Stone "Streeter" books.
Shan
A surprisingly good book! I have never read anything from this author (i am a scf-fi/Fantasy man) but this was a really enjoyable read... i think i will pick up some more of his works...this is what Pulp books should be...

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Mr.Death
for dark humor that's genuinely funny, read michael stone. quite a bit better than many writers who have to cough up the jokes year after year for a paycheck, this guy has a dark and hysterical outlook on life that really comes through. don't be fooled by the corny covers. stone can really write.

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