Heckler and See Them Die. (Part of the 87th Precinct Series). Select Format: Paperback. Condition: Acceptable.
Series: 87th Precinct (Omnibus 12, 13). Members. Grabbing this book with two novels in it and with no back stories - because McBain doesn't waste words on giving you essential information you would have read in a previous novel - this means you may not like these two stories, but they are typical of the series and excellent for fans. Work-to-work relationships.
The Heckler Ed Mcbain The 87th Precinct series is one of the great literary accomplishments of the last half-century. Edgar Award nominee! Crisp and fres. avagely bruta. nexpected and amusing twists. McBain plays fair and square with the complications that arise from this clever setup. Over and over, he keeps telling us to keep an eye on the money, which slips through more hands than a third-grade bathroom pass. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever. For information address Pocket Books, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020.
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See Them Die (87th Precinct series First Published: 1960 Leading players: Steve Carella, Frankie Hernandez, Andy Parker, Peter Byrnes. Because there is a decidedly romantic and occasionally sentimental streak in Ed McBain’s work some mystery fans imagine that the 87th Precinct series, which after all began in far off 1956, can be a bit light and fuzzy with characters as upright and decent and patently unreal as those found on the long-running radio and TV series Dragnet. As Evan Hunter he had already explored the world of New York’s street gangs in such works as his breakthrough novel The Blackboard Jungle (1954) and the courtroom drama A Matter of Conviction (1959) so inevitably this would also reflected in his urban thrillers as McBain.
McBain Ed. Categories: Fiction. 18 see them die Tell them I'm waiting, and tell them I'm getting slightly . Don't get excited," Cooch said, but he moved up the street quickly, passing the drunken sailor who had headed back towards the luncheonette. The sailor was in that sort of haze where everything seems to involve a decision meriting vast concentration and deliberation.
See Them Die. Author: Ed McBain. Publisher: Thomas & Mercer. Ed McBain’s See Them Die is a visceral journey into the heart of the 87th Precinct’s meanest streets, a gritty, adrenaline-fueled freight train that hurtles toward its explosive conclusion.
It’s also quite interesting to see McBain, through the interaction of two of the Precinct’s detectives, loutish Parker and Puerto Rican Hernandez. The story is set in the Puerto Rican neighbourhood, and the racial tensions bubble away in the background and in the different characters. It adds a different level to the book, and allows an exploration of how the community reacts to the stand off and the criminal involved. To others a disgrace. Even the cops differ on their view of how he wound up there.