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Action & Adventure
  • Author:
    Harry Gardiner
  • ISBN:
    1434300803
  • ISBN13:
    978-1434300805
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    AuthorHouse (April 4, 2007)
  • Pages:
    516 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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    1469 kb
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    1587 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
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Harry H. Gardiner (1871 – perhaps 1933), better known as the Human Fly, was an American man famous for climbing buildings. He began climbing in 1905, and successfully climbed over 700 buildings in Europe and North America, usually wearing ordinary street clothes and using no special equipment. One hundred and twenty of those who have sought to imitate me in this hazardous profession have fallen to death," Gardiner is quoted as saying in a 1905 article published in Muscle Builder.

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DI Hard, a busy detective inspector in London’s East End, is on the lookout for the final act of corruption to escape the chaos of his private and professional life

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starts of light, however gets dark later on -the main character was denied basic human rights when she was a child, therefore doesn’t know anything about the world.

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A really frightening book, in large part because of Gardiner’s deft use of.The characters are compelling and the villain is one of the best you will ever encounter

A really frightening book, in large part because of Gardiner’s deft use of close third-person narratio. he tension in UNSUB is ratcheted way up because of our forays into the twisted mind of the Prophe. LitHub. Meg Gardiner has brought a new dimension to the sub-genre of serial killer novels. The characters are compelling and the villain is one of the best you will ever encounter. The writing and storytelling are nearly perfect and this is a book that once you start you will not be able to put down.

For the Scottish footballer, see Harry Gardiner (footballer). For the Australian politician, see Harry Gardiner (politician). Harry Gardiner in 1915. Erik Weisz (1871 – after 1923) New York City. Illusionist, escapologist, stunt performer, actor. Harry H. Gardiner (1871 – after 1923), better known as the Human Fly, was an American man famous for climbing buildings.

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