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by Mickey Spillane
Author: Mickey Spillane
Publisher: Europäische Verlagsanstalt (eva) (April 1, 1999)
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Frank Morrison Spillane (/spɪˈleɪn/; March 9, 1918 – July 17, 2006), better known as Mickey Spillane, was an American crime novelist, whose stories often feature his signature detective character, Mike Hammer. More than 225 million copies of his books have sold internationally. Spillane was also an occasional actor, once even playing Hammer himself
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Listen to books in audio format. made his explosive debut in I, the Jury, author Mickey Spillane (1918-2006) toiled in relative obscurity, writing short-short stories as filler material in Golden Age comic books.
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Mickey Spillane was one of the world's most popular mystery writers. His specialty was tight-fisted, sadistic revenge stories, often featuring his alcoholic gumshoe Mike Hammer and a cast of evildoers who launder money or spout the Communist Party line. His writing style was characterized by short words, lightning transitions, gruff sex and violent endings. It was once tallied that he offed 58 people in six novels.
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In the mid-seventies, Hammer, recovering from a shootout with the Mob, returns to a changed New York to investigate an old friend's death. With an introduction by Max Allan Collins: The first collection of stories starring legendary Mike Hammer, the toughest private investigator in history It starts with a few near-accidents. A car almost swipes Mike Hammer when he's crossing the street.
I'm actually a softie. I've got a full head of hair and don't wear eyeglasses. The most important part of a story is the ending. No one reads a book to get to the middle.
Mickey Spillane had a different flair for writing. He developed and perfected the PI (private investigator) genre. His novels were classified as thrillers, mysteries, or dramas.