Published December 31st 1986 by G. K. Hall & Company. Large Print, Hardcover, 295 pages. Author(s): Hugh Pentecost.
Published December 31st 1986 by G. ISBN: 0816139989 (ISBN13: 9780816139989).
The Cannibal Who Overate book. Hardcover, Large Print, 295 pages. Published December 31st 1986 by G. Hall & Company (first published January 1st 1962). The Cannibal Who Overate. 0816139989 (ISBN13: 9780816139989).
Listen to books in audio format. His best-known characters were Pierre Chambrun, a sleuthing hotel manager who first appeared in The Cannibal Who Overate (1962), and the one-legged investigative reporter Peter Styles, introduced in Laughter Trap (1964). Although he spent his last years with failing vision and poor health, Philips continued writing daily.
Series: G K Hall Large Print Book Series. My grandfather, a distant Titan who had finished second one year in the Grand National before covering himself with military glory in World War I. My grandfather’s Victoria Cross lay beside my father’s . in the display case I had inherited. It was their dash, their flair, their daredevilment that they had not passed o. ’
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Book in the Pierre Chambrun Mystery Series).
The first appearance of Hugh Pentecost's most important and original detective, Pierre Chambrun, manager of New York's premier hotel. Book in the Pierre Chambrun Mystery Series). Rare & Collectible Books.
Book Description Boston, MA : G. Hall & C. 1984. 1985 Large Print hardcover with dustjacket. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Bright, unmarked pages and firm binding.
The cannibal who overate. Published 1986 by . Hall in Boston, Mass. Internet Archive Wishlist, Hotelkeepers, French Americans, Pierre Chambrun (Fictitious character), Fiction. There's no description for this book yet.
Hugh Pentecost was a penname of mystery author Judson Philips. Born in Massachusetts, Philips came of age during the golden age of pulp magazines, and spent the 1930s writing suspense fiction and sports stories for a number of famous pulps. His first book was Hold 'Em Girls!
Hugh Pentecost was a penname of mystery author Judson Philips. His first book was Hold 'Em Girls! The Intelligent Women's Guide to Men and Football (1936). In 1939, his crime story Cancelled in Red won the Red Badge prize, launching his career as a novelist
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