7 edition of Blackbirder found in the catalog.
by Chivers North America
Written in English
Black Dagger Crime
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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The Blackbirder is a fantastic page turner, very well written with locations every bit as fascinating as the characters I was really rather sorry when it was over. Heaven-Ali | | We start the book in New York, in the company of Julie Guille, an escapee from Nazi occupied Paris/5(6). The Blackbirder is about a woman who illegally enters the United States and has to travel across the US to find a 'blackbirder', someone who can help her with little problems about border crossings. It's told from the woman's point of view, and the action takes place in WWII America. The scenes of America, especially headed west on trains are Reviews:
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In a blind rage, King James, ex-slave and now Marlowe's comrade in 4/5. Palpably tense from the first page, The Blackbirder is a dark, riveting tale of intrigue and espionage from an “extraordinary” Mystery Writers of America Grand Master (The New Yorker).
“Without question this is the best book that Dorothy Hughes has written.” —The New York Times “Sleek suspense grand reading.” —Kirkus ReviewsAuthor: Dorothy B. Hughes. The lengthy Afterword does a top knot job describing the book's backstory, Nazi occupied France, as well as a well deserved portrait of Hughes' writing style and place in American literature.
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It's told from the woman's point of view, and the action takes place in WWII America. The scenes of America, especially headed west on trains are /5(14).
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Her books. James L. Nelson has served as a seaman, rigger, boatswain, and officer on a number of sailing vessels. He is the author of By Force of Arms, The Maddest Idea, The Continental Risque, Lords of the Ocean, and All the Brave Fellows — the five books of his Revolution at Sea Saga.
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Human trafficking in New Mexico.The Blackbirder: Book Two of the Brethren of the Coast (ebook) Published October 13th by HarperCollins e-books ebook, pages Author(s): James L. Nelson (Goodreads Author) ISBN: (ISBN ) Edition language: English.