R. J. Ellory
@2@@20@In America, kings are not born, they are made.@21@@3@@2@Danny McCabe isn't his real name. America certainly isn't his real home.@3@@2@But now Danny finds himself fleeing Ireland for the bright lights of 1930s Hollywood with two virtual strangers, Nicky Mariani and his beautiful sister, Lucia. @3@@2@As Lucia pursues her dream of stardom, Nicky finds his calling in the violent underbelly of the city of dreams. Torn between his love for Lucia and his desperate fear for their safety, Danny is drawn into a chain of events that will pit brother against sister, friend against friend, and lover against lover.@3@
IT WAS THE SHOT HEARD AROUND THE WORLD On 22nd November 1963, John F. Kennedy's presidential motorcade rode through Dealey Plaza. He and his wife Jackie greeted the crowds on a glorious Friday afternoon in Dallas, Texas. BUT WHAT IF IT MISSED? Mitch Newman is a photojournalist based out of Washington, D.C. His phone never rings. When it does, a voice he hasn't heard in years will tell him his former fiancee Jean has taken her own life. WHEN THE TRUTH IS BIGGER THAN ALL THE LIES Jean was an investigative reporter working the case of a lifetime. Somewhere in the shreds of her investigation is the truth behind her murder. WHO WOULD BELIEVE IT? For Mitch, piecing together the clues will become a dangerous obsession: one that will lead him to the dark heart of his country - and into the crossfire of a conspiracy...
Modern fiction/Adventure / thrillerStunning fiction set against the backdrop of '60s America. Daniel and Nathan were 6 years old when they met. Thirty years later, Daniel is on death row for Nathan's murder.
Nicolas Beuglet, Christian Blanchard, Pierre Bordage, Patricia Delahaie, Sonja Delzongle, R. J. Ellory
- Belfond Noir
- 8 Juin 2023
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Nicolas Beuglet, Christian Blanchard, Pierre Bordage, Patricia Delahaie, Sonja Delzongle, R. J. Ellory, Jacques Expert, Jérémy Fel, Nicolas Jaillet, Anouk Langaney, Ian Manook, Bernard Minier et Cédric Sire : treize auteurs prestigieux, maîtres incontestés du frisson, nous entraînent dans une cinquième exploration sensorielle inédite autour du goût.
Autant de nouvelles originales, singulières et terrifiantes à la rencontre de personnages succulemment cruels ; autant d'histoires délicates qui satisferont papilles et méninges les plus affûtés.
Un recueil plein de vengeance, de coups bas et mortels, à savourer froid au chaud, avec tous les sens en alerte.
Sheriff Victor Landis didn''t care if his brother Frank lived or died... Until somebody killed him.
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''Beautiful and haunting... A tour de force'' MICHAEL CONNELLY ''There aren''t nearly enough beautifully written novels that are also great mysteries... A Quiet Belief in Angels is one of them'' JAMES PATTERSON ''Mesmerizing... The master of the genre'' CLIVE CUSSLER ''A uniquely gifted, passionate, and powerful writer'' ALAN FURST
An epic novel of gangland intrigue from 'one of crime fiction's new stars' [Sunday Telegraph] When Catherine Ducane disappears in the heart of New Orleans, the local cops react rapidly - she is the daughter of the Governor of Louisiana after all. But the case gets very strange, very quickly. Her bodyguard turns up horribly mutilated in the trunk of a beautiful vintage car and when her kidnapper calls he doesn't want money: he wants time alone with Ray Hartmann, who works for a Washington-based organised crime task force. All Ray wants to do is get this over with quickly, and go home to try and repair his broken marriage. Instead he must listen to the mysterious kidnapper, an elderly Cuban named Ernesto Perez, who wants to tell him his life story. It's only when he realises that Ernesto has been a brutal hitman for the Mob since the 1950s that things start to come together. But by the time the pieces fall into place, it's already too late...
- Orion publishing group
- 2 Avril 2009
Washington has a new menace... a serial killer whose victims don't exist... Washington, embroiled in the mid-term elections, did not want to hear about serial killings. But when the newspapers reported a fourth murder, when they gave the killer a name and details of his horrendous crimes, there were few people that could ignore it. Detective Robert Miller is assigned to the case, and rapidly uncover a complication. The victims do not officially exist. Their personal details do not register on any known systems. And as Miller unearths ever more disturbing facts, he starts to face truths so far-removed from his own reality that he begins to fear for his life.
Modern fictionA brilliant new novel of love and consequences from the author of Candlemoth. "A bona fide page turner... a superb tale of tragedy and revenge" Big Issue
THE GRIPPING NEW ESPIONAGE THRILLER FROM AWARD-WINNING R. J. ELLORY . . . Stroud is a former war photographer who left the frontline before his luck ran out. His closest friend and mentor, Vincent Raphael, was not so fortunate, and was killed in an explosion in Jordan. Six years later, Raphael is allegedly sighted in Istanbul. Reluctantly, Stroud is drawn back into a life that nearly destroyed him, and so begins a journey that takes him from the Balkans to the Netherlands, from Berlin to Paris, as he hunts down the truth of Raphael''s death, or if - in fact - Raphael never existed at all . . . With his every move closely observed by Turkish Intelligence, Mossad, MI6 and Deuxieme Bureau, Stroud is on the trail of a revelation that will question everything he has ever believed . . . PRAISE FOR R. J. ELLORY ''Thriller writing of the very highest order'' GUARDIAN ''In the top flight of crime writing'' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH