Free eBook Gold Coast download

by Elmore Leonard

Free eBook Gold Coast download ISBN: 0060084057
Author: Elmore Leonard
Publisher: HarperTorch (October 1, 2002)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Books by Elmore Leonard.

Books by Elmore Leonard. 1. ONE DAY Karen DiCilia put a few observations together and realized her husband Frank was sleeping with a real estate woman in Boca.

Gold Coast (with David Caruso). Elmore Leonard on fantasticfiction. Elmore Leonard Archive at the University of South Carolina Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections

American novelist and screenwriter. Leonard at the 70th Annual Peabody Awards Luncheon, 2011. Elmore John Leonard Jr. (1925-10-11)October 11, 1925 New Orleans, Louisiana, . Gold Coast (with David Caruso). Glitz (with Jimmy Smits). Cat Chaser (with Peter Weller). Elmore Leonard Archive at the University of South Carolina Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections.

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Elmore Leonard wrote more than forty books during his long career, including the bestsellers Raylan, Tishomingo Blues, Be Cool, Get Shorty, and Rum Punch, as well as the acclaimed collection When the Women Come Out to Dance, which was a New York Times Notable Book. Many of his books have been made into movies, including Get Shorty and Out of Sight. The short story "Fire in the Hole," and three books, including Raylan, were the basis for the FX hit show Justified.

Elmore Leonard Gold Coast For Bill Leonard 1 ONE DAY Karen DiCilia put a few observations together and realized her husband Frank was sleeping with a real estate woman in Boca. Karen knew where they were doing it, too. In one of the condominiums Frank owned, part of Oceana Estates. Every Friday afternoon and sometimes on Monday, Frank would put his spare clubs in the trunk of his Seville-supposedly to play at La Gorce, Miami Beach-and drive north out of Fort Lauderdale.

Ed had her private number. Jimmy Cap had her number. Jimmy Cap had her number was for a moment, What?. What’re you talking about? I never gave it to you. Very soft and good to him but a tough lady to keep between him and other people. Twelve years she had worked for him: in the beginning somebody to go to bed with, good-looking young Cuban broad; but too intelligent to remain only a piece of ass.

Dallas Morning News Elmore Leonard may be the greatest crime novelist in the world, declares the Seattle . Just follow the Grand Master of mystery and suspense to Florida’s Gold Coast and you’ll quickly discover that it’s so.

Dallas Morning News Elmore Leonard may be the greatest crime novelist in the world, declares the Seattle Times, and truer words have never been written. In this classic Elmore Leonard thriller, a beautiful mafia widow stands to lose everything her late mob boss husband left her if she succumbs to her desire for an attractive Detroit ex-con-so the two conspire to outwit the thugs the dead capo assigned to make sure she stays chaste.

Author: Elmore Leonard. Karen Di Cilia married a man in the Mafia. He had the connections to ensure that his will was carried out. His friends hired a hustler to guard her. However the hustler had other ideas.

Gold Coast is a 1980 crime fiction novel by American author Elmore Leonard. The book was adapted by Harley Peyton as a 1997 television film, Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast, directed by Peter Weller, and starring David Caruso and Marg Helgenberger.

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“Lean, mean, darkly funny.” —Boston Globe

“A zingy thriller by the master of hard-boiled suspense.” —Dallas Morning News

“Elmore Leonard may be the greatest crime novelist in the world,” declares the Seattle Times, and truer words have never been written. Just follow the Grand Master of mystery and suspense to Florida’s Gold Coast and you’ll quickly discover that it’s so. In this classic Elmore Leonard thriller, a beautiful mafia widow stands to lose everything her late mob boss husband left her if she succumbs to her desire for an attractive Detroit ex-con—so the two conspire to outwit the thugs the dead capo assigned to make sure she stays chaste. Superior crime fiction in the vein of John D. MacDonald, Dashiell Hammett, James M. Cain, and Robert Parker—chock full of the eccentric characters, black humor, and razor-sharp dialogue for which the acclaimed creator of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (of TV’s Justified) is justifiably famous—Gold Coast is gold standard Leonard.

User reviews
Gadar
I gave this three stars because there's no way to give a split rating. As usual, Leonard comes up with an imaginative situation, believable characters, and I don't know of anyone who's ever surpassed him for dialogue. He does things with dialogue that Hemingway could only dream of. But in this novel, all the characters are so sleazy that about halfway through, I realized that I didn't like any of them enough to care what happened to them. Leonard once said that Gold Coast is one of the novels he wished he had written differently, and I agree. However, Leonard's dialogue is always worth reading no matter what. I stayed on till the end, and will probably re-read it more than once, but the unsympathetic characters lower the rating to three stars.
MeGa_NunC
not one of his best imo but a fine ride for about half way through until he lost his way ,or interest in the project.The seaworld patter is funny and charming and way up to leonards high standards of dialogue;but some of his characterizations are way off and the ending is not in any way one dutch could have been happy with or probably get himself out of.it is not a bad book by any means and to say it is not one his best is to beg the question;as compares to what? It is from the master after all.
Mustard Forgotten
Great characters and a very engaging story. Quite an interesting ending here. I recommend this novel as one to bury your nose in when your family and others descend on your home for a holiday. It may also give you some ideas about keeping them at bay or how to deal with them in your last will and testament <wink>.
Jediathain
More like 3.5 stars. Not one of Leonard's best. The plot is fine, but the characters aren't as fully fleshed out as his usually are. Biggest problem for me was that the book just kind of stops rather than concluding, almost like there should have been another chapter or epilogue.
Stan
This book started off very well with peppy dialogue and interesting events. However, it seemed to bog down and not much happened. I actually gave up about halfway through it since nothing really was happening.
Nicearad
When you read any Elmore Leonard Novel - you are guaranteed a great read. I wish he were still alive. Because if he was still alive - the TV Show "Justified" might still be on the air.
Jeb
Elmore Leonard was a writing machine. His style and structure may have seemed to become formulaic but his eye for character was always 20/20 and his turn of phrase spot on (and always his own). Yeah, I'm a fan and you should be, too.
I can't believe it took me this long to discover Elmore Leonard. This is just the second novel of his I've read. What fun. I literally could not put it down. It really is a page turner. And the ending was a real surprise. I'm trying hard not to jump into another one before I read something else.