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ISBN:1552785718
Author: Colleen Mccullough
ISBN13: 978-1552785713
Title: On, Off : A Novel
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Language: English
Publisher: McArthur & Company; First Edition edition (2006)

On, Off : A Novel by Colleen Mccullough



By. Colleen McCullough. For dr. kevin coorey. The summons to see her father in the front parlor had fallen on Elizabeth like a blow; such formality meant a lecture for transgression, followed by a punishment appropriate for the offense. Well, she knew what she had done-over-salted this morning’s porridge-and knew too what her punishment was bound to be-to eat un salted porridge for the rest of the year. Father was careful with his money, he’d not spend it on a grain more salt than he had to. So, hands behind her back, Elizabeth stood in front of the shabby wing chair, her mouth dropped open at this amazing news

On, Off: A Novel has been added to your Cart. Colleen McCullough (Author). Book 1 of 5 in the Carmine Delmonico Series. I try to read all McCullough book. i hope future novels will be more like thorn birds. With an unexpected ending. It was a real twister.

by Colleen McCullough. Proving once again that she can triumph in any genre of fiction, Colleen McCullough, the bestselling author of The Thorn Birds, now presents her readers with a gem of a murder mystery about a serial killer. At the heart of this brilliant blend of suspense, forensic science, eerie and sadistic sexuality, and good old-fashioned storytelling is a dedicated but lonely detective, Lieutenant Carmine Delmonico  . Her book is a classic murder mystery, written with all the flair and skill that have made Colleen McCullough one of the most popular novelists of her time. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Colleen McCullough artfully maintains the suspense and holds back the truth until - literally - on the last page, with the impact of a thunderbolt, she presents the reader with one final terrifying and unexpected twist.

On, Off. McCullough Colleen. 6. The October Horse: A Novel of Caesar and Cleopatra.

View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Colleen McCullough artfully maintains the suspense and holds back the truth until - literally - on the last page, with the impact of a thunderbolt, she presents the reader with one final terrifying and unexpected twist. From Publishers Weekly.

Author: Colleen McCullough.

lt;< Previous book Next book . On, Off. (2005) (The first book in the Carmine Delmonico series) A novel by Colleen McCullough.

At the heart of this brilliant blend of suspense, forensic science, eerie and sadistic sexuality, and good old-fashioned storytelling is a dedicated but lonely detective, Lieutenant Carmine Delmonico. The year is 1965, the setting a university town in Connecticut, and serial killers are still referred to as "multiple murderers. Colleen McCullough was born in Australia. A neurophysiologist, she established the department of neurophysiology at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney.

Top edge of the DJ is slightly bent due to storage, no remainders mark, book is in very good condition, does not appear to have been read
Reviews: 7
Sorryyy
How could someone who wrote The Thorn Birds and Morgan's Run write such drivel? McCullough must have had writer's block, so she threw in every cliche from every other murder mystery she had read so that she could meet her publisher's deadline.
Dyni
Had never read a Carmine Delmonico book before. Thoroughly enjoyed this one and have a bunch more on my wish list. Of course, McCullough was a writer with equal This book was different for me - the amount of evil in the world, the unexpected twist at the end just a really good read. Try it: you'll like it.
Levion
I have loved Colleen McCullough since I first read the Thorn Birds. She, once again, tells a story filled with 3 dimensional characters. I am always surprised with the action in her novels. Never is it a monotonous "formula" plot. I have also read her Rome series. She really can do well with all genres.
Erienan
Enjoyed the book, nice easy read. Hopeless case, to many suspects then the break finally comes...and all is explained...or...is it? Like a great book, you just never see it coming...I WAS not disappointed when I was done...but may have to read the last few chapters again....
Vizil
Enjoyed reading a book set in my home state(CT). Complex plot. Did guess culprits before the end. Just not every nuance.
Manazar
Very well written and captivating.
Samuhn
Clever writing. Great story. This was my first introduction to one of Colleen McCullough's mysteries and I went back and bought the sequel. I own this book as both the audio book and the Kindle version. It has re-readable classic qualities.
I loved the detective Carmine and his unusual romance and the well-done police procedural. I have already bought the next two. McCuloough is a fine writer whether of ancient Romans or more modern American-Italians,