Download A Bullet for Cinderella by John D. MacDonald PDF

By John D. MacDonald

Her veneer was once substantial urban, yet one glance and also you knew that Toni Rassell's instincts have been instantly out of the river shack she got here from. I watched her as she toyed with the fellow, guffawing, her tumbled hair like uncooked blue-black silk, her brown shoulders naked. Eyes deep-set, a lady with a gypsy glance. So this used to be the woman I had risked my existence to discover. She used to be not easy to discover, not easy to get, challenging to kill.

Published April twelfth 1955 through DELL, moment printing in 1960 re-titled On the Make


"Depending on one's opinion of A Bullet for Cinderella it used to be both John D MacDonald's go back to shape or a run for protection. possibly it was once either. released in the summertime of 1955, the radical was once MacDonald's fourteenth, his 10th paperback unique and his moment Dell First variation. It at the heels of his moment test at a mainstream paintings (Contrary excitement) and it reads just like the paintings of a guy leaping again into the palms of a jilted lover. It's pulpy, violent, attractive, suspenseful or even rueful, a go back to a few of the different types of characters and occasions that stuffed the author's early brief fiction. There's even a buried treasure and a primary individual narrator, the 1st considering the fact that useless Low Tide in 1953 ...

Of path, one of many advantages of no longer studying MacDonald's novels so as is for you to choose up a publication like A Bullet for Cinderella and flat out benefit from the hell out of it. Taken for what it's there's completely not anything flawed with it. the unconventional is punctiliously pleasant and a brief pleasure to learn. an individual trying to find a reasonably consultant instance of a 1950's hardboiled paperback secret want glance no further."
- Steve Scott, The catch of good Gold

Show description

Read Online or Download A Bullet for Cinderella PDF

Similar crime books

Sue Grafton Novel Collection: Q is for Quarry; R is for Ricochet; S is for Silence; T is for Trespass (Kinsey Millhone, Books 17-20)

4 compelling novels within the number 1 long island instances bestselling sequence that includes “the spunkiest, funniest, and most tasty inner most investigator in Santa Teresa, California, let alone the whole detective novel genre”(Entertainment Weekly).

Jaloezie (Deleu, Book 12)

Een Woonwijk in Heffen bij Mechelen wordt opgeschrikt door een moord. Irene Vandesompel werd op gruwelijke wijze vermoord. Met vierendertig messteken. De overbuurvrouw is de laatste die Irene in leven heeft gezien, toen haar ex-man, met wie ze in een vechtscheiding was once verwikkeld, die middag de kinderen kwam ophalen.

The Heist

An enthralling new brief tale from Hugo Award winner Will McIntosh.

An not going staff has met up in Las Vegas to tug off the final word theft. the objective? lifestyles itself.

Additional info for A Bullet for Cinderella

Sample text

S. (1983). Sociological aspects of attribution. Annual Review of Sociology, 9, 425-446. Dolling, D. (1985). Rechtsgefiihl und Perzeption des Stafrechts bei delinquenten und nicht delinquenten Jugendlichen und Heranwachsenden. In Lampe, E. & Rehbinder, M. ), Das sognenannte Rechtsgefuhl. Jahrbuch fur Rechtssoziologie und Rechtstheorie (Vol. 10, pp. 240-256). Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag. F. (1977). The deterrence doctrine and the perceived certainty of legal punishments. American Sociological Review, 42, 305-317.

Outsiders. Studies in the sociology of deviance. New York: Free Press. Beyleveld, D. (1980). A Bibliography on general deterrence research. Westmead: Saxon House. M. (1982). Deterrence and social control: A longitudinal study of the effects of sanctioning and social bonding on the prevention of delinquency. Doctoral dissertation, SUNY-Albany. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International. J. (1967). Types of deviance and the effectiveness of legal sanctions. Wisconsin Law Review, 703-719. F.

L o' S ~ S. 0- N 30 S. Karstedt-Henke from a tendency of offenders to attribute their behavior externally, for example, by techniques of neutralization (Sykes & Matza, 1957). Thus, the information profile of marijuana users will support an external attribution to the extent that they are members of a subculture (Becker, 1963), whereas that of nonusers will suggest an internal attribution. The research presented below examines: 1. Whether the process of attribution applies to various components of the belief system, 2.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.46 of 5 – based on 29 votes