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by John Abbott


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Scimitar Электронная библиотека e-libra. ru Читать онлайн Scimitar. John Abbott Scimitar This is for my brother PETER ABBOTT 1 Tomás was talking about a head floating in a toilet bowl. This had been years ago in Houston, in the building where he’d lived. They’d heard yelling upstairs and he’d gone up with his sister and his brother-in-law, this shabby little walkup where they were living at the time, climbed the stairs with the smell of rancid oil and stale cooking in the hallway, a whiff of mariju.

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Sir John Joseph Caldwell Abbott, PC, KCMG, QC (March 12, 1821 – October 30, 1893) was a Canadian lawyer and politician, Freemason, who served as the third prime minister of Canada.

Sir John Joseph Caldwell Abbott, PC, KCMG, QC (March 12, 1821 – October 30, 1893) was a Canadian lawyer and politician, Freemason, who served as the third prime minister of Canada (and its first native-born one – both MacDonald and Mackenzie having been born in Scotland), in office from 1891 to 1892. He held office as the leader of the Conservative Party. Abbott was born in what is now Saint-André-d'Argenteuil, Quebec.

ITALY BY JOHN S. C. ABBOTT (NATIONS OF THE WORLD) by JOHN S. ABBOTT and a great selection of related books, art and . Published by PETER FENELON COLLIER & SON (1900).

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Scimitar by John Abbott - book cover, description, publication history. November 1992 : USA Audio Cassette. Title: Scimitar Author(s): Ed McBain Publisher: mysteriouspress.

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Scimitar’s razor-sharp edge cuts right to the bone. Hunter also wrote under the pseudonyms Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, John Abbott, Ezra Hannon, Curt Cannon, and others. Библиографические данные.

Two women are murdered in New York, both with British passports, both with small green scimitars tattooed below their breasts. A killer of cunning and ruthlessness is on the loose. In this thriller, the target is the American president and the method is ingenious, unexpected and totally possible.
Survivors
This is a really fun thriller by novelist Evan Hunter, using the pen name John Abbott. Although the book was written several years ago it has a modern, up to date feel, featuring a plot that involves a Libyan terrorist group that plans to assassinate the first president Bush. Oddly enough, the tone of the novel is slightly humorous and the characters are an assortment of oddballs and misfits who blunder around, trying to do something serious. There's the assassin, who really is a dangerous individual and the UCLA coed who gets a crush on him and becomes a pawn in his deadly game.

When law enforcement gets into the act the story picks up the pace and reads like one of Hunter's excellent 87th precinct novels that he wrote under the name Ed McBain. The ending has a wonderful twist and the whole book certainly can hold its own with any contemporary thriller.
Mohn
I was pleasantly surprised by this book and expected it to be a dud since there are so few reviews. But I'm happy to say, I enjoyed the book (and I didn't waste my money purchasing it).
The book focuses on a planned terrorist act and the detective work that was geared towards stopping it. The story was told well and interestingly, and the characters were three dimensional. The "bad guy" was cold-blooded, but still had a human-side. In other words, he didn't kill everyone that crossed his path, and he had something of a "life" other than killing. The author gave just enough glimpses of that to contrast with what has to be a sick mind in order to passionlessly kill people.
The author threw in a few plot surprises which added to the suspense, and helped to paint a clearer picture of the terrorist. The dialog was appropriate and not boring, and the author's writing style is good. And to make things better, the audio book reader was very good and made the book even more enjoyable. This is a book I'd recommend.
Modred
i got this book from a friend and absolutely loved it :D it had a bit of everything without leaving the genre lost. sonny was an excellently crafted character. i would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good schemer. there is a bit of cussing....advisory for anyone who isnt into that sort of read. it made the story better for me in any case.
Gaudiker
I thought this book was barely worth more than the paper it was written on. The "world-famous author who is using a fake name" could have done so much more with it. There was an interesting twist where the main character (who can have any woman he wants, of course) accidentally sleeps with both a mother and a daughter. I thought he could have taken that and ran with it. The main character is killed far too abruptly. We never find out exactly why he hates America so much. I thought the information on Sarin was interesting, if scary, and I thought it was uncanny that the book was about Bush and terrorism and religion. All in all, very flat read, but I have to admit, I finished it. Realistically, though, Sonny had a brickish personality and probably couldn't get any woman, no matter how attractive. So unrealistic it was distracting.
Xal
I hesitated a long time, but since I knew it's Ed McBain/aka Evan Hunter who wrote this, I must say :one of his finest.

Exists in hardcover and audio cassettes; I advise them both.

Enjoy.

J.P.
Sermak Light
this is a good summer read. i enjoyed the plot, however, the ending is tepid. i thought the assasin's fascination and interest in women to be an interesting touch.
Scimitar ebook
Author:
John Abbott
Category:
Action & Adventure
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EPUB size:
1142 kb
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1861 kb
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1604 kb
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Publisher:
William Heinemann Ltd; 1st edition (August 24, 1992)
Pages:
5 pages
Rating:
4.4
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