- Author:Rick Hanson
- Publisher:Kensington (December 1, 1998)
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Book in the Adam McCleet Series). It narrates the story of an ex-cop, who's now a struggling sculptor, Adam McCleet.
Book in the Adam McCleet Series). Select Format: Hardcover. Mass Market Paperback. All through out the book the story is narrated in a very intelligent way and it has exactly the right amount of suspense, whit, sex and humour, which has been perfectly timed.
Splitting Heirs book. Splitting Heirs" - written by Rick Hanson and published in 1997 by Kensington. An amusing murder mystery, one in a series featuring Adam McCleet.
Splitting Heirs (Adam McCleet Mysteries). The latest addition to the Adam McCleet series (. Still Life, LJ 6/1/96) proceeds with all due dispatch through a tangled terrain marked by humor, raucous action, and nonstop adventure.
An Adam McCleet mystery"-Jacket. The man who hires him is the salmon king of Oregon, who expects murder to strike his heirs when he dies.
December 1998 : USA Mass Market Paperback.
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Splitting Heirs has been added to your Cart. the 15th Duke of Bournemouth) is accidentally "misplaced" by his rich hippie mum and dad.
Splitting Heirs is a 1993 British black comedy film directed by Robert Young and starring Eric Idle, Rick Moranis, Barbara Hershey, Catherine Zeta-Jones, John Cleese and Sadie Frost. It features music by Michael Kamen. It was entered in the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. The film centers on the aristocratic family of the Dukes of Bournemouth (England), upon which misfortune has fallen throughout history, leading its members to believe the family is cursed.
Adam McCleet, ex-Marine, ex-cop, semi-successful sculptor, and tough guy with a heart of gold, reluctantly . Hanson's stunning debut is one of the funniest mysteries to appear in years.
Adam McCleet, ex-Marine, ex-cop, semi-successful sculptor, and tough guy with a heart of gold, reluctantly agrees to investigate the disappearance of his sister Margot's latest husband-and stumbles upon a well-orchestrated murder plot. Adam McCleet, ex-Marine, ex-cop, semi-successful sculptor, and tough guy with a heart of gold, reluctantly agrees to investigate the disappearance of his sister Margot's latest husband-and stumbles upon a well-orchestrated murder plot.
There’s something satisfying about the best murder mystery books. The crime of murder is inherently terrifying, which makes these stories part horror fiction and part puzzle. You can feel the danger of murder looming in the background while also having the satisfaction of solving the crime in the foreground of the story. The reader knows that in the end, whether or not he or she is caught, the murderer will at least be identified