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Down By The River Where The Dead Men Go: A Nick Stefanos Mystery

Pelecanos, George P.

Published by St Martin's Press, 1995
ISBN 10: 0312130562 / ISBN 13: 9780312130565
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Title: Down By The River Where The Dead Men Go: A ...

Publisher: St Martin's Press

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket

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New York. 1995. St Martin's Press. 1st Printing. Very Good In Dustjacket. 234 pages. June 1995. hardcover. Jacket design by Alan Dingman. Signed by The Author. 0312130562. keywords: Mystery Washington DC. inventory # 27454. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Likened to such great novelists as James M. Cain, David Goodis, and Jim Thompson, George P. Pelecanos proves himself to be a major talent in his own right with this knockout new Nick Stefanos novel. After a night of heavy drinking, Nick Stefanos passes out in a public park. Some time before dawn, the slam of a car door and a steady, frantic moan wake him. He hears a man say, ‘You already been a punk, and shit. Least you can do is go out a man.’ And then a muffled scream. And that’s how Nick Stefanos comes to investigate the murder of Calvin Jeter, an investigation that will take him through the heart of Washington D.C., and into the unlit alleys of the human soul. Bookseller Inventory # 27454

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Synopsis: Sleeping off a night of drinking in a public park, Nick Stefanos is awakened by a dull plopping sound and a quiet splash that turn out to be the murder of Calvin Jetter, and the beginning of a grim investigation. By the author of Shoedog.

About the Author: George Pelecanos is the author of several highly praised and bestselling novels, including The Cut, What It Was, The Way Home, The Turnaround, and The Night Gardener. He is also an independent-film producer, an essayist, and the recipient of numerous international writing awards. He was a producer and Emmy-nominated writer for The Wire and currently writes for the acclaimed HBO series Treme. He lives in Maryland.

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