|Nam - part work magazine again - I ought to read them as there only 60 odd pages long!|
|Bloods by Wallace Terry!|
|Variation on a theme - Eyewitness Nam!|
|Dick Francis x 3, Ross MacDonald, John Harvey,|
|Lew Archer series book!|
|Sam Reaves, Ernest Hill, Gary Phillips, Patricia Highsmith, Carl Hiaasen, Derek B. Miller,|
|Ivan Monk PI! 1996|
Black men getting gunned down....I wonder if that still happens today?
|Cooper MacLeish - Chicago cabbie!|
Vivian Horstmann, the lost love from Cooper's postwar past, is dead. Cooper reads that her long, cold fall was a suicide, but he has his doubts. When unknown hit men try to end her son's life along with Cooper's own, he snaps into urban survival mode to try to save them both and get to the truth.
|Deon Meyer, Charles Willeford, Mark Billingham, Mo Hayder, Graham Hurley,|
|Non-fiction collection - essays, obits, extracts etc!|
|South African crime!|
Shortly after the South African Police Services receive this threatening email, a policeman is shot by a sniper and recovering alcoholic Benny Griessel is ordered to reopen the Sloet case.
Hanneke Sloet was a sensual and ambitious lawyer. At the time of her murder she was working on one of the biggest Black Empowerment deals in South African history. She was found dead in her luxury Cape Town apartment, a single stab wound to her chest.
After forty days, the trail has gone cold. The first investigation could find no motive and no leads, only a set of nude photographs, an ex-boyfriend with a rock-solid alibi, conniving attorneys and financial double-dealing.
Benny has to deal with immense pressure from his superiors, the media and the unfathomable sniper, whose emails keep coming and who won't stop shooting. And then there's Benny's love interest, former pop sensation Alexa Barnard, who is also trying to rebuild her life after the ravages of alcohol, and Benny has to make sure she stays sober for her comeback.
At the same time, Benny's feisty colleague, Captain Mbali Kaleni, is hunting the shooter, trying desperately to find what connects him to Hanneke Sloet.
Both Benny and Mbali are about to endure seven days of hell.
|Compilation novel by various, Carl Hiaasen, John Sandford, Charles Cumming, Leonard Chang,|
|Leonard Chang - writer on Justified TV show|
Two years have passed since Allen examined his late partner's death in San Francisco, which eventually exposed secrets about the death of Allen's immigrant father twenty years earlier, with the help of journalist and girlfriend Linda Maldonado. Now Allen follows Linda down to Los Angeles—and into the unfamiliar world of illegal raves and small-time drug dealers—to uncover the details of her brother's unexpected and suspicious death, hoping to repair their deteriorating relationship and aiding her as she once helped him.
Underkill is a dark and riveting look at the mysteries of families and relationships, and delves deeply into Allen's complicated interior life. With Allen Choice in this new series, Chang is skillfully creating an unforgettable and unique character in the world of noir.
|Florida crime author love-in novel - one chapter each!|
|Triple Dick Francis, double Lorenzo Carcaterra,|
|Time Life Vietnam series book!|
|Ted Lewis, Gar Anthony Haywood, Don DeLillo, Vicki Hendricks, Sebastian Faulks,|
|Aaron Gunner mystery!|
Aaron Gunner made a lousy private detective. After a year's carnage in Vietnam and a quick exit from the police academy, private work was the only avenue he saw to be a hero. But the seediness, tedium, and lack of real power crushed his hopes, and he quit the job after inadvertently setting a pregnant woman up for a violent death. But after a savage racial murder, it may be time to come out of retirement.
The white man comes to the Acey Deuce, a bar in South Central Los Angeles, to blow the head off a young black militant. The dead radical's sister pays Gunner a visit with a .22 revolver, and convinces him to find her brother's killer. As Gunner draws closer to answers, prejudice and rage threaten to tear Los Angeles apart. To save the city - and himself - Aaron Gunner must finally find his calling.
|Ted Lewis - 1974 second Jack Carter book!|
The author of Get Carter returns to his greatest invention, a smooth-operating hardcase named Jack Carter, who is about to burn a city down in order to silence an informant
London. The late 1960s. It's Christmastime and Jack Carter is the top man in a crime syndicate headed by two brothers, Gerald and Les Fletcher. He's also a worried man. The fact that he's sleeping with Gerald's wife, Audrey, and that they plan on someday running away together with a lot of the brothers' money, doesn't have Jack concerned. Instead it's an informant - one of his own men - that has him losing sleep. The grass has enough knowledge about the firm to not only bring down Gerald and Les but Jack as well. Jack doesn't like his name in the mouth of that sort.
In Jack Carter's Law Ted Lewis returned to the character that launched his career and once again delivered a hardboiled masterpiece. Jack Carter is the ideal tour guide to a bygone London underworld. In his quest to dismantle the opposition, he peels back the veneer of English society and offers a hard look at a gritty world of pool halls, strip clubs and the red lights of Soho nightlife.
|Jonathan Kellerman, John Lawton, Gerald Kersh,|
|Grant McKenzie, Boris Starling, Ross MacDonald, John D. MacDonald,|
|Travis McGee series book 15!|
|Grant McKenzie - Scottish-Canadian author!|
Security guard Sam White's life falls apart when he arrives home to find his house a burnt-out shell with the bodies of his wife and daughter inside.
Then he receives a phone call from a man who claims that his wife and child are alive and Sam can still save them.
But first, he must complete a few simple tasks.
Sam joins forces with Zack Parker whose life has also been ripped apart by the same sadistic kidnapper.
Together they plunge into the dark, labyrinthine underworld of Portland, Oregon. And into a race against time to discover the identity of the kidnapper and save their families before it's too late.
|Tub 78 sorted!|
HIGHLIGHTS....John D. MacDonald, Charles Willeford, Sam Reaves, Gary Phillips,
LOWLIGHTS..... not sure how many Dick Francis books a person actually needs!
FULL LIST OF 50 AS FOLLOWS:
|(EN-1)||EYEWITNESS NAM NUMBER 1||1988|
|(NTVE-1)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 1 A MEAN PLACE TO FIGHT||1990|
|(NTVE-15) WALLACE||TERRY||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 15 BLOODS||1990|
|(NTVE-2)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 2 SEARCH AND DESTROY||1990|
|(NTVE-3)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 3 THE WAR HOTS UP||1990|
|(NTVE-4)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 4 VILLAGE WAR AND FRONTIER DEFENCE||1990|
|(NTVE-5)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 5 DELTA AND JUNGLE PATROLS||1990|
|(NTVE-6)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 6 KHE SANH AND THE TET OFFENSIVE||1990|
|(NTVE-7)||NAM THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 7 THE COLLAPSE OF MORALE||1990|
|(TVE-23) ISAACS||ARNOLD||THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE: PAWNS OF WAR||1988|
|(TVE-9) MORROCCO||JOHN||THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE: THUNDER FROM ABOVE||1984|
|(TVE-16) WEISS||STEPHEN||THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE: A WAR REMEMBERED||1986|
|CUMMING||CHARLES||A SPY BY NATURE||2001||AL1|
|FAULKS||SEBASTIAN||A FOOL'S ALPHABET||1992|
|HARVEY||JOHN||NOW'S THE TIME||2002||R|
|HAYWOOD||GAR ANTHONY||FEAR OF THE DARK||1988||AGM1|
|HIGHSMITH||PATRICIA||THE GLASS CELL||1964|
|HILL||ERNEST||SATISFIED WITH NOTHIN'||1996|
|HURLEY||GRAHAM||THE PRICE OF DARKNESS||2008||F+W8|
|KELLERMAN||JONATHAN||WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS||1985||AD1|
|KERSH||GERALD||NIGHT AND THE CITY||1938|
|LEWIS||TED||JACK CARTER AND THE LAW||1974||JC2|
|MACDONALD||ROSS||THE ZEBRA-STRIPED HEARSE||1962||LA10|
|MACDONALD||ROSS||THE IVORY GRIN||1952||LA4|
|MACDONALD||JOHN D.||THE TURQUOISE LAMENT||1973||TMG15|
|MILLER||DEREK B.||NORWEGIAN BY NIGHT||2013|
|REAVES||SAM||A LONG COLD FALL||1991||CML1|
|VARIOUS||NAKED CAME THE MANATEE||1996|
|WILLEFORD||CHARLES||WRITING & OTHER BLOOD SPORTS||2000|