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Mystery
  • Author:
    Elliott Gould,Peter Spiegelman
  • ISBN:
    1597771376
  • ISBN13:
    978-1597771375
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  • Publisher:
    Phoenix Audio; Unabridged edition (April 6, 2007)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    1918 kb
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    1402 kb
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    1142 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    127
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Red Cat book I like Peter Spiegelman's John March character.

John March is an interesting character, and I think Spiegelman does a great job of portraying March's interaction with family members. There are plenty of books about almost-outlaw private investigators who are perpetually on the verge of being expelled from their chosen societies, and This is a good example. I like Peter Spiegelman's John March character.

Peter Spiegelman is the author of Black Maps, which won the 2004 Shamus Award for Best First . Red Cat John March Mysteries "A Borzoi book. Novel, and Death’s Little Helpers; both novels feature private detective and Wall Street refugee John March. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Mr. Spiegelman spent nearly twenty years in the financial services and software industries, and worked with leading banks and brokerages around the world. He lives in Connecticut.

This riveting mystery finds Private Investigator John March descending into Manhattanâ?™s dark and scandalous underworld to help a member of his own family

This riveting mystery finds Private Investigator John March descending into Manhattanâ?™s dark and scandalous underworld to help a member of his own family. David March, Johnâ?™s brother, has been having affairs with anonymous women he meets on the internet. Now one of these women is stalking him.

Peter Spiegelman (born 1958) is an American crime fiction author and former Wall Street executive. He is most known for his series of books following the cases of the Manhattan-based private eye, John March, winning a Shamus Award for the first novel in the series. He lives with his family in Connecticut

Red Cat Spiegelman, Peter Random House (USA) 9781400097043 : This riveting mystery finds Private Investigator John March descending into Manhattan s dark . Red Cat, Spiegelman, Peter. Варианты приобретения.

Red Cat Spiegelman, Peter Random House (USA) 9781400097043 : This riveting mystery finds Private Investigator John March descending into Manhattan s dark and scandalous underworld to help a m.

About Red Cat. This riveting mystery finds Private Investigator John March descending into Manhattan’s dark and . Peter Spiegelman is the author of Black Maps, which won the 2004 Shamus Award for Best First PI Novel, Dr. Knox, Death’s Little Helpers, Red Cat, and Thick as Thieves. This riveting mystery finds Private Investigator John March descending into Manhattan’s dark and scandalous underworld to help a member of his own family. David March, John’s brother, has been having affairs with anonymous women he meets on the internet. David knows her only as Wren. About Peter Spiegelman.

Written by Peter Spiegelman, Audiobook narrated by Elliott Gould. Red Cat. A John March Novel. By: Peter Spiegelman. Narrated by: Elliott Gould. Series: John March Series, Book 3. Length: 9 hrs and 55 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective.

Peter Spiegelman is the Shamus Award - winning author of Black Maps, Death’s Little Helpers, and Red Cat which feature private detective and Wall Street refugee John March

Peter Spiegelman is the Shamus Award - winning author of Black Maps, Death’s Little Helpers, and Red Cat which feature private detective and Wall Street refugee John March. Mr. Spiegelman is a twenty-year veteran of the financial services and software industries, and has worked with brokerage houses and central banks in major markets around the world. He lives in Connecticut

Some series novels you can dip in and out of as the characters don't really develop or relate back to previous incidents or settings but that isn't the case here where the strong element of family and the interactions they have with each other can be placed better in the context of the previous novels, each of which stands up well.

Chilling and psychologically complex, "Red Cat" is the electrifying story of a banker who is stalked by a lover he met online--a woman who films shocking videos of her affairs to sell as art. Unabridged. 9 CD Unabridged.

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When private investigator John March's brother David comes to him for help, David is less than helpful in providing information that might make the investigation somewhat easier. He wants John to find a woman whose real name he doesn't know, convince her to leave him alone for sketchy reasons, and, in effect, make her, and the pressure she is putting on him, go away. David doesn't really want to help with anything March suggests.Through a lot of searching, a little luck, and a lot of persistence, March discovers the woman's identity. But actually finding her is another story. Murder, artistic freedom, and illicit affairs combine to make this novel an exciting and thoughtful read. Spiegelman is an excellent writer, who weaves March's personal relationships and David's weaknesses into an interesting and entertaining noir novel. It is a compelling read.
Anayanis
I read all the positive reviews of this book and I read the first free chapters free on Amazon. I was intrigued. I bought the book and started reading with great hope of finding another great author. Unfortunately, the interest soon waned as more and more obtuse characters were introduced but not defined. You almost need a pad of paper to write down who is who and what their involvement in the case is. Everyone is a stereotype and shallow. I forced myself to finish the book, many questions are unanswered and I won't go out of my way to read anymore of the author's books. I was very disappointed. I've listed the book for sale on Amazon, I don't even want to give it to my literary friends to read and I usually either keep a novel or share it if I don't want to add it to my bookshelves. That says everything.
Phain
Good story, quick read
Kulalbine
Over the past couple years I've become quite fond of police procedural/detective/mystery thrillers. My favorite authors include Larsson, Fossum, Lackberg, and Atkinson. Having read some positive reviews of Red Cat, I picked up a copy hoping for the best. Honestly, I didn't really like it that much. I almost put the book down, and out a number of times during the first 140 pages or so. It just wasn't gripping or sexy. As it turns out I did complete the book but really wouldn't recommend it very highly. The dialogue wasn't particularly great and I didn't like any of the characters of which there was little development. I finished it, but just barely. To get it over with. Not a great endorsement.
Dilkree
the scenes in the snow made me make cocoa and this is March very well written
Fonceiah
Spiegelman writes a gripping novel with descriptions that paint a perfect picture of people and things without being wordy. "The wind bullied me along on its journey to the East River." I could feel it blow and felt the chill in my own bones.

The tale itself was gripping, but the denouement was somehow anti-climactic and let me down somewhat. That being said, I'll definitely grab another Spiegelman book pretty quickly.
NiceOne
Isn't that the truth on all good , hard boiled PI fiction? True here. On the surface, this is a story about a search for a woman who may be blackmailing March's brother over a sexual escapade. Beneath it, a story on family: the interactions between March and his brother and the way we both love and hate our families; a story on the woman blackmailer, really a voyeur artist replaying through men the issues with her father; and how we create something akin to a family out of those we meet. Not a lot of clipped, cute dialogue. Just a well told, well thought out novel.
Very nice used copy- thx