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by Stanley Ellin
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Action & Adventure
  • Author:
    Stanley Ellin
  • ISBN:
    0224015494
  • ISBN13:
    978-0224015493
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  • Publisher:
    Book Club Associates; First Edition edition (1978)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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THE LUXEMBOURG RUN Stanley Ellin 1977 For Jeannie, with love CONTENTS The Invisible Prince1 The King of Vondel Park35 The Emperor of Square Nine112 TH. For Jeannie, with love. The Invisible Prince/1.

THE LUXEMBOURG RUN Stanley Ellin 1977 For Jeannie, with love CONTENTS The Invisible Prince1 The King of Vondel Park35 The Emperor of Square Nine112 TH. The King of Vondel Park/35. The Emperor of Square Nine/112.

Stanley Bernard Ellin (October 6, 1916 – July 31, 1986) was an American mystery writer. Ellin was born in Brooklyn, New York. After a brief tenure in the Army, at the insistence of his wife, Ellin began writing full time. While his novels are acclaimed, he is best known for his short stories. In May 1948, his first sale, and one of Ellin's most famous short stories, "The Specialty of the House" ("Speciality of the House" in England), appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.

Stanley Ellin (1916–1986) was an American mystery writer known primarily for his short stories. After working a series of odd jobs including dairy farmer, salesman, steel worker, and teacher, and serving in the US Army, Ellin began writing full time in 1946. Two years later, his story "The Specialty of the House" won the Ellery Queen Award for Best First Story. He went on to win three Edgar Awards – two for short stories and one for his novel The Eighth Circle. In 1981, Ellin was honored with the Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master Award.

The Luxembourg Run book. It is also the plot of The Luxembourg Run by Stanley Ellin. I have not seen this resemblance mentioned, but I suspect that it has not gone unremarked

The Luxembourg Run book. I have not seen this resemblance mentioned, but I suspect that it has not gone unremarked. Ellin was a very fine author in his own right, and I am sure that he intended the resemblance to be noted.

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The Luxembourg Run Mass Market Paperback – April 12, 1979. The often reliable Stanley Ellin seems unable to follow through on a sturdy revenge premise here. by. Stanley Ellin (Author). The first half of the book sets up the protagonist's betrayal by his fellow criminals; when he miraculously comes into a large fortune, we are prepared for a "Count of Monte Cristo" style masquerade and ingenious trap-the-trappers finale. Alas, as soon as our hero shows up (disguised) in his old haunts, inquiring about his previous persona, the villains panic and kill each other off without even a last word or a gret scene. Ellin, Stanley. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Anardred
at ten, a silent and observant little boy already fluent in half dozen languages, was being dragged through the capitals of Europe by his diplomat father.at twenty, in the midst of the troubled 60s, he abruptly disappears from his Ivy League college-to be reborn as Jan van Zee. at thrirty, he is cruelly betrayed and left for dead by the syndicate-now he's out for revenge. he reverts back to his real identity and returns to America to claim his inheritance to execute a vengeance against three bosses. the climax is shocking
Ericaz
The often reliable Stanley Ellin seems unable to follow through on a sturdy revenge premise here. The first half of the book sets up the protagonist's betrayal by his fellow criminals; when he miraculously comes into a large fortune, we are prepared for a "Count of Monte Cristo" style masquerade and ingenious trap-the-trappers finale. Alas, as soon as our hero shows up (disguised) in his old haunts, inquiring about his previous persona, the villains panic and kill each other off without even a last word or a shock-recognition-regret scene. A lot of careful scene setting and plotting goes totally to waste by the end.