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  • ISBN 0312110162
  • ISBN13 978-0312110161
  • Language English
  • Author Eugene McEldowney
  • Publisher St Martins Pr (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages 211
  • Formats lrf rtf mbr doc
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Thrillers and Suspense
  • Size ePub 1649 kb
  • Size Fb2 1415 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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Police Chief Magarry relentlessly pursues the killer responsible for a double murder in Glencraigie and discovers a deadly culprit far more powerful than he had ever imagined. A first novel.

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Police Chief Magarry relentlessly pursues the killer responsible for a double murder in Glencraigie and discovers a deadly culprit far more powerful than he had ever imagined.

Are you sure you want to remove A kind of homecoming from your list? A kind of homecoming. ed. by Eugene McEldowney. Published 1994 by St. Martin's Press in New York. 211 p. ; Number of pages.

There are exceptions: Eugene McEldowney’s A Kind of Homecoming, for example, or Eoin McNamee’s Resurrection Man, which dealt with the Protestant killers known as the Shankill Butchers, although McNamee might well dispute the description of Resurrection Man as a crime.

There are exceptions: Eugene McEldowney’s A Kind of Homecoming, for example, or Eoin McNamee’s Resurrection Man, which dealt with the Protestant killers known as the Shankill Butchers, although McNamee might well dispute the description of Resurrection Man as a crime novel. Perhaps, too, there was a sense that mystery fiction was simply not up to the task of tackling the subject of terrorism, particularly terrorism that was ongoing and so close to home.

Electricity is visible, a kind of community status symbol, whereas a dead child is soon disposed of and nobody bothers. The superintendent expressed his pleasure at our visit and showed us around. Our water system is a continuous threat to the lives of all our people, but I suppose no one will take our complaints seriously until there is some tragic epidemic. Anyhow, we’ll probably have plenty of light by which to count our dead. First the classrooms-neat, airy and well stocked with books. I met some of the teachers and they told me of the curriculum which was planned to keep the children abreast of others of the same age in the United States.

Career: Writer and journalist. Publications: A Kind of Homecoming, 1994; A Stone of the Heart, 1995; The Sad Case of Harpo Higgins, 1996; Murder at Piper's Gut, 1997; The Faloorie Man, 1999; Stella's Story, 2002. Address: 3, Abbey Terrace, Howth 13, Dublin, Ireland. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography. APA. "Mceldowney, Eugene.

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Pinter wrote The Homecoming in six weeks in 1964 from his home in the Sussex coastal town of. .A Kind of Alaska (1982). Victoria Station (1982). One for the Road (1984).

Pinter wrote The Homecoming in six weeks in 1964 from his home in the Sussex coastal town of Worthing, where, according to theatre critic John Lahr, "the magnificent barrenness of the play's North London setting was imagined as he sat at his writing desk overlooking gardens, within earshot of the se. According to Lahr, Pinter remarked that "it kind of wrote itself.

His novels include Stella's Story and the popular Cecil Megarry Mystery series. The Faloorie Man was based on his wife’s true-life story of family reconciliation. It is the most autobiographical of all his books, and has been published in Britain, Germany and Greece.