8 edition of Quarry found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Bill Pronzini.|
|LC Classifications||PS3566.R67 Q37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||91015284|
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Quarry, a psychotic Vietnam vet and hired killer in Iowa. Book 1. Quarry. Quarry Books An offshoot of Rockport Publishers, Quarry Books was started in to extend Rockport Publishers' business to a non-professional audience.
QUARRY by Max Allan Collins is the first Quarry book in the Quarry series that actually could have been the last, as the author tells the story the writing of it and other books in the series that might have ended it, but thankfully that isnt the case as I went on a Quarry binge & now have to catch up on reviewing the first six books in the series; QUARRY, QUARRYS LIST, QUARRYS DEAL, QUARRYS /5.
“Quarry” (also called “The Broker”) by Max Allan Collins is the first novel in the “Quarry” series that was released in Someone has hired Quarry to kill a nobody named Albert Leroy, and he is able to.
The Quarry book series by Max Allan Collins includes books The Broker, The Broker's Wife, The Dealer, and several more. See the complete Quarry series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. 15 Books #1. " The Quarry is a novel shot through with Banks's trademark humor, political engagement, and hope."― The Times, Book of the Week "In Banks we had a novelist of supreme subtlety and one who had an irrepressible sense of fun, that is evident on every page of The Quarry."―/5().
Road to Perdition.