Ed Mcbain

Ed Mcbain

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In Warner Books mass market editions, McBain's titles have over 277,000 copies in print in the last four years alone. -- Two of the author's most recent 87th Precinct novels, The Last Dance (Simon & Schuster hardcover, 1/00) and The Big Bad City (Simon & Schuster hardcover, 1/99), were New York Times Notable Books of the Year. -- The six titles in the Warner Books Ed McBain re-release program will capitalize on the publication of his latest 87th Precinct novels: The Last Dance (Simon & Schuster hardcover, 1/00), Cop Hater (Pocket Books paperback, 12/99), and The Big Bad City (Pocket Books paperback, 11/99). Warner began its McBain re-release program in 12/99 with Fuzz, Jigsaw, and Shotgun. -- Ed McBain is one of the most illustrious names in crime fiction: He holds the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master Award, his novel Ice (Warner, 1996) was named one of the top ten crime novels of all time by Newsweek, and several of his 87th Precinct novels have been national bestsellers. -- Hollywood loves Ed McBain, as demonstrated by the highly-rated NBC television series based on the 87th Precinct novels, and the major motion picture adaptation of Fuzz, starring Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, and Yul Brynner. -- McBain, under the name of Evan Hunter, also wrote the seminal troubled youth novel The Blackboard Jungle, as well as the screenplay to Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. -- Hail, Hail, The Gang's All Here The night shift has a murdered go-go dancer, a firebombed church in the ghetto, and a house full of ghosts. The day shift has a naked hippie lying smashed on the sidewalk, two murderous armed robbers in Halloween masks, and a man beaten senseless by four guyswielding sawed-off broom handles. It may be a day in the life of the 87th Precinct, but for one cop, it could just be his last. (less) Mass Market Paperback, 224 pages Published January 1st 2001 by Grand Central Publishing (first published 1971) more details... . . . . edit details Get a copy: online stores ▼ WorldCat More… sponsored books 4.9 Stars on Amazon Great reviews, easy read and a story the world needs to know. Find out why the Queen of England is playing the world for a con... www.ThorStonewell.com The Drought Do you believe in revenge? Can a boy shoot his father in retribution? Take a detour out of reality-- $0.99 on Kindle. www.goodreads.com view preview » more books... Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. . Lists with This Book Best Police Procedurals - Mystery Fiction 58th out of 386 books — 111 voters More lists with this book... . Community Reviews (showing 1-30 of 434) filter | sort: default(?) | rating details Apr 17, 2012 Chris rated it Shelves: 87th-precinct, mystery-crime A day in the life of the 87th Precinct's detectives; twenty-four hours with the two working detective shifts. The title is pretty indicative; every major character is here, as well as a number of minor ones, each working on various cases that crop up: a possible murder/possible suicide, a brutal beating, a mugged marine, racial tensions, a murdered girl, a runaway daughter, "ghosts" walking off with valuables, hippies and drug busts. Unlike most other 87th novels, with one main plot and one or tw...more like · see review Feb 02, 2010 Rose added it Shelves: 2008, 2010 *Review from 2008, reread 2010* This suffered a bit from being listened to in chunks spread over time, because there were lots of different crimes and investigations going on, and it was easy to forget quite what was happening. Even under ideal conditions, I don't think it would be my favourite 87th Precinct book, but it's entertaining enough with some funny moments (like the old man trying to get two girls arrested for hooking, and their responses to everything he says). like1 like · see review Jan 26, 2012 Cathy rated it Shelves: mystery, series, police This book in the 87th precinct series, is divided into two sections: Nightshade and Daywatch. The author takes the reader through the night shift and then the day shift of an average 24 hours in the precinct. All the detectives we have met in previous stories are working one of the shifts and are involved in one or more of the various cases that get reported to the police on that day - a church bombing, a missing husband, "ghosts" stealing jewelry, multiple grocery store thefts, a runaway daught...more like · see review Jan 27, 2012 Dave Hogg rated it Shelves: mystery The point of Ed McBain's 87th Precinct novels was that the city and the police force were the heroes, not any particular cop. (This changed from time to time due to his publisher's whims, as recounted in his hilarious forewards to several of the books.) This book, though, had so much going on that everything blended together. That was the point, in a lot of ways, but it got confusing in parts. Still, the worst 87th Precinct book is going to be a fun read. like · see review Jan 21, 2011 Helen rated it · review of another edition This 87th precinct installation is a bit different because it consists of something like a bunch of short stories instead of a self contained book. This makes it somewhat "choppy", yet more realistic. Not the best McBain had to offer, but features all the usual suspects and still very enjoyable like · see review Feb 19, 2010 Mike O'connell rated it This is my first Ed McBain 87th Precinct mystery but it won't be my last. Very fast and entertaining. like · see review Apr 20, 2011 Samuel rated it This book is great. It has just the right amount of sleaze. like · see review Aug 17, 2008 Sierra crosby rated it Shelves: alex, mystery Police procedural book that really has no plot other than to glimpse what the 87th presinct is like for a short period of time. I felt the crimes were solved to easy. The lack of plot made it easy to put down, though i was interested enough to continue reading to find out how the different crimes were solved. like · see review Sep 08, 2008 Ginny rated it Shelves: borrowed, pre-2005 With this book McBain starts the tradition of the 87th Precinct novels of having different cases being worked on by different detectives in a single story. Not all cases are resolved in the single novel. This is one of the best 87th precinct books....

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The kidnapping was audacious,

and there were plenty of witnesses...

But no one attending the dazzling launch party for up-and-coming pop idol Tamar Valparaiso knew what they were seeing when, halfway through her performance, masked men whisked the sexy young singer off a luxury yacht and into a waiting speedboat. Now, the evening that was supposed to send Tamar's debut album, Bandersnatch, skyrocketing with a million-dollar promotional campaign has instead kicked off a terrifying countdown for Steve Carella and the detectives of the 87th Precinct. Time is their enemy in the race to find Tamar's abductors -- before the rising star is extinguished forever....


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THE HEROES OF THE CITY'S STREETS BECOME THE HUNTED -- IN THIS CRIME FICTION CLASSIC

ED MCBAIN'S FIRST 87th PRECINCT NOVEL

Swift, silent, and deadly -- someone is knocking off the 87th Precinct's finest, one by one. The how of the killings is obvious: three .45 shots from the dark add up to one, two, three very dead detectives. The why and the who are the Precinct's headaches now.

When Detective Reardon is found dead, motive is a big question mark. But when his partner becomes victim number two, it looks like open-and-shut grudge killings. That is, until a third detective buys it.

With one meager clue, Detective Steve Carella begins his grim search for the killer, a search that takes him into the city's underworld to a notorious brothel, to the apartment of a beautiful and dangerous widow, and finally to a .45 automatic aimed straight at his head.......


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Ed McBain made his debut in 1956. In 2004, more than a hundred books later, he personally collected twenty-five of his stories written before that time. All but five of them were first published in the detective magazine Manhunt and none of them appeared under the Ed McBain byline.

Here are kids in trouble and women in jeopardy. Here are private eyes and gangs. Here are loose cannons and innocent bystanders. Here, too, are cops and robbers. These are the stories that prepared Ed McBain to write the beloved 87th Precinct novels. In individual introductions, McBain tells how and why he wrote these stories that were the start of his legendary career.

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It all got terribly confusing when the Deaf Man put in an appearance....

...and the criminal mastermind is making his presence known by the dead bodies that are turning up around Isola. Then there are the notes -- with cryptic patterns including eight black horses dancing across a page -- that look like they mean nothing. But Detectives Kling, Carella, and Meyer know that with the Deaf Man, the seemingly meaningless always means something. Something bad. And as late fall hurtles toward Christmas, the Deaf Man is counting down the days, luring the cops of the 87th Precinct with a series of taunting clues -- all leading toward a horrifying act of revenge orchestrated by a psychopathic killer....


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A punk wielding a spray can is no match for a killer armed with a gun -- and a deadly aim to knock off the city's graffiti artists. One by one, the young scribblers are found murdered, maliciously coated with paint and blood. Detective Steve Carella can't see the writing on the wall -- yet. Meanwhile, the Deaf Man, the 87th Precinct's longtime tormentor, is leading its cops, clue by maddening clue, to uncover a heinous crime that will make the graffiti killer look like an amateur. It's all primed to go down at a raucous rock and rap concert -- but who's going to take the rap?...


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