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by Roderick Thorp

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  • ISBN 9003462038
  • ISBN13 978-9003462039
  • Language English
  • Author Roderick Thorp
  • Publisher Avon; P edition (1970)
  • Pages 382
  • Formats azw docx lrf rtf
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1938 kb
  • Size Fb2 1275 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
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By the author of The Detective. "Paul Thompson faces a soul-rending crisis in coming of age. First the never acknowledged sexual obsession between Paul and his beautiful half-sister must be resolved before he can claim his manhood. Then he will be tested in a violently hostile world as he realizes his love for a cool and beautiful white woman. Dionysus is as offbeat as The Detective in its dealing with whisper sex substituting incest for homosexuality. A scan of the mind of a black man in a white society."

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Roderick Mayne Thorp, Jr. (September 1, 1936 – April 28, 1999) was an American novelist specializing mainly in police procedural/crime novels. His 1966 novel The Detective was adapted into a film of the same name in 1968

Roderick Mayne Thorp, Jr. His 1966 novel The Detective was adapted into a film of the same name in 1968. He is however better known for its sequel, the bestselling 1979 novel Nothing Lasts Forever, which is the basis for the film Die Hard in 1988. Two other Thorp novels, Rainbow Drive and Devlin, were also adapted into TV movies.

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Roderick Thorp is the author of The Detective, Rainbow Drive, and Nothing Lasts Forever, the basis for the movie .

Roderick Thorp is the author of The Detective, Rainbow Drive, and Nothing Lasts Forever, the basis for the movie Die Hard. He has worked as a private detective and done extensive crime reporting, including a twenty-one-part series on cocaine traffic in Southern California, which was published in the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. Thorp’s other novels include Into the Forest, Dionysus, Slaves, The Circle of Love, Westfield, Jenny and Barnum, Devlin, and River.

Used availability for Roderick Thorp's Dionysus. December 1970 : UK Paperback.

While Lind makes her way across the Atlantic, Barnum, the Great American Showman, whips US audiences into a frenzy.

A diva and a showman work together to make history, finding romance along the way After Queen Victoria, Jenny Lind is the most famous woman in Europe. A Swedish soprano with a voice like an angel's and a temperament to match, she is in Vienna when she meets the shortest man she has ever seen. General Tom Thumb is a three-foot-tall sensation whom P. T. Barnum has made one of the wealthiest men in the world. While Lind makes her way across the Atlantic, Barnum, the Great American Showman, whips US audiences into a frenzy. By the time the singer lands in New York, "Lindomania" is in full effect.

Published by New York Coward-McCann 1969. Redux Books guarantees 100% customer satisfaction

Published by New York Coward-McCann 1969. Condition: Used: Very Good Soft cover. Redux Books guarantees 100% customer satisfaction.

Roderick Thorp, Jr. (September 1, 1936 – April 28, 1999) was an American novelist specializing mainly in crime novels. He was born in 1936 and wrote 13 novels before his death in 1999. Five of his novels were turned into films, including Nothing Lasts Forever which was developed into Die Hard. Thorp worked at a detective agency owned by his father out of college, where he gained some experience for his novels. After becoming a successful writer, he taught creative writing at various schools. (September 1, 1936 – April 28, 1999) was an American novelist specializing mainly in. .i, "A ferocious, bloody, raging book so single-mindedly brilliant in concept and execution it should be read at a single sitting. (September 1, 1936 – April 28, 1999) was an American novelist specializing mainly in police.