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Eight Black Horses: An 87th Precinct Novel by Ed McBain (1985-11-14)

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  • Title: Eight Black Horses: An 87th Precinct Novel by Ed McBain (1985-11-14)
  • Author: Ed McBain
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  • Page: 180
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    1. S. Vincent on said:

      The deaf man strikes back with a vengeance toward the cops from the famous precinct of Isola, the imaginary city built by Ed Mc Bain We switch from the killer s view to the cops view It is entertaining and there is suspense that could make a good movie , though the ending is a bit far fetched to my mind Definitely worth a read You ll get to know many of Carella s colleagues.

    2. jdl on said:

      The categories predictable , some twists and full of surprises do not really match the experience even admitting that doses of surprise are the ultimate criterion for detective fiction and I doubt that I would Yes, there is a real 87th Precinct style that remains common Yes, most of the same names are there Yes, I suppose one could guess easily enough what will happen but why bother As in yoga, it is the journey that counts And the journey is a wry, comic and real account of real people, which h [...]

    3. Mr. Strawberry on said:

      The book is a classic of course but I have to say the Kindle version that I received was missing numerous pages namely the ones that showed the pictures that the Deaf Man sends in taunting the police Unfortunatly I waited too long and couldn t get my money back One expects such things from self published authors, but come on

    4. npalbuq. on said:

      I had forgotten that I had read this book years ago I have always liked the 87th Precinct books, but had forgot how somewhat stilted the writing is However, I still very much enjoyed this and all the 87th Precinct stories I have come to feel like I know the characters over the years.

    5. D., G. Menchetti on said:

      Kind of jumps around a lot.Some captivating parts, then blah Ending was very disappointing Yes, I realize he is trying to get people to buy a series of his books, but this ending was lame

    6. Gary on said:

      Very violent but a who done it to the end The trouble is you knew the bad guy all alone just hard to figure out what he was doing As good read and I m going read of his writings.

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