- Author:Thomas Tryon
- Publisher:Coronet; New Ed edition (1988)
- Pages:544 pages
- Subcategory:British & Irish
- FB2 format1927 kb
- ePUB format1862 kb
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Certainly Babe wanted it, requested it of me-dying wish and all that. Besides, the real story is too good to be buried here with Babe.
Certainly Babe wanted it, requested it of me-dying wish and all that. As for me, the name’s Caine. Not Charles Foster Kane-there’s the obvious difference in spelling, and also I seldom use my middle name. Moreover, Citizen Kane was released in 1941; I considerably before that. I hail from that same small American whiz-through town that half the nation comes from.
These were the confidences the book would thrive on, and it all ought to go in, but I really felt bad for her. She was right: syphilis in the early forties wasn’t syphilis in the eighties. Two alabaster arms reaching out, entwining, clutching, grappling, the Spider Woman in Manhattan. I really wish I could say I liked her more, but the honest fact was that I didn’t.
I suspect some of the book is autobiographical even though Tryon has never stated this, As with all his books, Tryon has such a marvelous way with words that it's as if we are watching a movie.
Ships from and sold by ejunggust. Ships from and sold by TomeToMe. I suspect some of the book is autobiographical even though Tryon has never stated this, As with all his books, Tryon has such a marvelous way with words that it's as if we are watching a movie. I was happy to see most of Tryon's books put out on Kindle and I hope this signals a revival of interest in his works. He is much too underrated as an American writer.
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All That Glitters book. Tryon's way with words is always great, and as a huge fan of old movies and classic Hollywood, I love the premise of this novel. The execution left much to be desire I had to force myself to finish this novel because, as a Tryon fan, I felt I should read it. Even so, I think I set it down with 20 pages left, which for a 500+ page novel should be unthinkable!
Thomas Tryon All That Glitters. Five Fabulous Sex Goddesses. Their careers span the history of motion pictures.
First we meet Fedora, longest-reigning beauty of them all. Sexy Lorna comes next. When Leo Joaquim's cabinmates at a Bible camp learn he is not an athlete, their disappointment gradually escalates to extreme proportions, culminating in a horrifying conspiracy against him. A gripping novel of terror similar to Tryon's first book, The Other. 912. Published: 1989.
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