5 edition of A Perfect Crime found in the catalog.
October 25, 2004
by Tate Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
Get this from a library! A perfect crime. [Peter Abrahams] -- A cuckolded husband in Boston plots revenge with a complex murder which will be blamed on someone else, but his scheme backfires. By the author of The Fan. Get this from a library! A perfect crime. [Peter Abrahams] -- An unfaithful wife. A cheating lover. A loyal friend. A jealous husband. In this stunning thriller, four lives hang in precarious balance--as a cunning killer prepares their roles in A PERFECT CRIME.
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Fiction – hardcover; Oneworld Publications; pages; Translated from the Chinese by Anna Holmwood. I do love a dark crime novel — and A Yi’s A Perfect Crime is probably one of the darkest I’ve read in a long time.. Set in China, it follows the exploits of a disaffected year-old student who decides he’s so bored he needs to do something to make his life more exciting. Submissions. Perfect Crime Books is not accepting submissions at this time.
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"A PERFECT CRIME IS A PERFECT READ--a novel of malice and retribution that crackles from page one like a live wire. Peter Abrahams is as gifted as anyone writing suspense today.
For proof, readers need look no further than A Perfect Crime."/5(48). A Perfect Crime book A Perfect Crime book. Read 95 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
An unfaithful wife. A cheating lover. A loyal friend. A jealous hus /5. Peter Abrahams is the author of The Tutor, The Last of the Dixie Heroes, A Perfect Crime, Crying Wolf, and The Fan, which was made into a major motion picture starring Robert DeNiro.
He lives on Cape Cod with his wife and four children. --This text refers to the Audible Audiobook edition. Read more/5(48). A shocking investigation into the despair that traps the rural poor as well as a technically brilliant excursion into the claustrophobic realm of classic horror and suspense, A Perfect Crime is a thrilling and stylish novel about a motiveless murder that echoes Kafka’s absurdism, Camus’ nihilism and Dostoyevsky’s depravity.
With exceptional tonal control, A Yi steadily reveals the psychological 4/5(15). A Perfect Crime is a book, written through the eyes of the young murderer. It's not entirely satisfying, as the final chapters of self-destruction in the courtroom drag on a little bit, but the first half of the book is a breathless depiction of a restless soul on the run/5.
A shot story from Jack Erickson. Perfect Crime is the story of a wife's revenge from her husband who is cheating on her with another woman.
The story has vivid descriptions of the events and places and is able to create a mental picture of complete chain of events/5.
He was a rebel and an autodidact, cultivating the attitudes, resources, and techniques to tackle even seemingly impossible feats.
His outlaw sensibility spawned a unique approach to the creative process—an approach he shares, with characteristic enthusiasm, irreverence, and originality, in Creativity: The Perfect Crime/5(47). Perfect Crime is the fifth book featuring DI Luc Callanach and DCI Ava Turner. In Perfect Crime it becomes evident the elaborately staged suicides are not what they seem, even though the victims have a history of/5.
Book dealer Gil Hunt and his wife Claire stumble onto one crime after another in this charming series by husband-wife writing team Robert J. Randisi and Christine Matthews. A murdered author, a serial killer with a grudge against TV shopping, a battle of voodoo priestesses and death waiting at every turn for our amateur sleuths.
A very revealing book. It is amazing how dementia and Alzheimer's are diagnosed so much without an investigation into the medications that people are on and the side effects those drugs can cause. If you have elderly parents, it should provoke a conversation with them about what medications they are on/5.
Perfect crime is a colloquial term used in law and fiction (especially crime fiction) to characterize crimes that are undetected, unattributed to an identifiable perpetrator, or otherwise unsolved or unsolvable as a kind of technical achievement on the part of the perpetrator.
A Perfect Crime: A Thriller and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view Audible audiobook/5(48). ‘Doused in blood and gushing with ethical conundrums, A Yi’s A Perfect Crime is a disconcerting medley of misanthropy, escapism, and media from tales garnered in the author’s previous career in law enforcement, Yi’s psychological insights are frequently bookended by realistic renditions of urban China’s legal processes.
Perfect Crime is a murder mystery/thriller play by Warren Manzi. It tells the story of Margaret Thorne Brent, a Connecticut psychiatrist and potential cold-blooded killer who may have committed "the perfect crime." When her wealthy husband, W. Harrison Brent, turns up dead, she gets caught in the middle of a terrifying game of cat and mouse with her deranged patient, Lionel McAuley, and Inspector Ascher, Place premiered: Courtyard Playhouse, Grove Street.
Hi Stacy, Because the murder is central to any crime novel, I would recommend including it in Chapter 1 as opposed to the Prologue. Aside from the fact that not everyone reads the Prologue (which in turn means that some of your readers will miss the actual murder), a Prologue needs to be written in a way that the rest of the story will make sense without : Bronwyn Hemus.
“A Perfect Crime is a perfect read—a novel of malice and retribution that crackles from page one like a live wire.” — New York Times bestselling author Michael Palmer Product Details/5(7).
A rapid-paced crime thriller packed with twists and turns, perfect for fans of Harlan Coben and Lee ChildIn New York's East Village a young girl is brutally raped, tortured and murdered.
Detective Callum Doyle has seen the victim's remains/5(). The teenaged protagonist of A Yi's A Perfect Crime (translated by Anna Holmwood and published by Oneworld Publications) is an alienated loner in crowded China. A Perfect Crime. A Boston woman's ill-advised affair with a talk-show host leads to murder and mayhem in this initially absorbing but somewhat contrived thriller from the author of The Fan and.
Peter Abrahams, author of eight previous novels (including The Fan, which was made into a motion picture starring Robert DeNiro and Wesley Snipes), treats suspense readers to a page-turning new in New England with a quick side trip to Florida, A Perfect Crime rises above the odd implausability or two to stand as an entertaining tale of lust, guilt and murder.
“ A Perfect Crime is a perfect read—a novel of malice and retribution that crackles from page one like a live wire.” — New York Times bestselling author /5(10). The book is a perfectly executed crime story: red herrings dropped in just the right places, a location full of mist and menace, a tangle of family secrets, the murderer’s apparently ingenious Author: Guardian Staff.A shocking investigation into the despair that traps the rural poor as well as a technically brilliant excursion into the claustrophobic realm of classic horror and suspense, A Perfect Crime is a thrilling and stylish novel about a motiveless murder that echoes Kafka's absurdism, Camus' nihilism and Dostoyevsky's depravity.