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The killing of Katie Steelstock
|LC Classifications||PR6013.I3335 K5 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||375 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||82008299|
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The Killing of Katie Steelstock () is a fine police procedural by Michael Gilbert set in a small town in England. Katie Steelstock is the local girl who made good by becoming a TV sensation. But she still lives mostly at home in West Hannington and comes back to attend the local Tennis & Boat Club dance/5.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The Killing of Katie Steelstock by Michael Gilbert,Penguin edition, in English About the Book. Television personality Katie Steelstock is killed when she returns to her rural hometown for a visit. Superintendent Charlie Knott begins to untangle the knot that was Katie's : Click to read more about The Killing of Katie Steelstock by Michael Gilbert.
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The Killing of Katie Steelstock is a typical british police procedural that can be read as if it were a mystery of the golden age of crime fiction. And is realy a good one.
A girl actress is found killed after assisting to a party in her rural homeland, and the local police, unable /5(7). The Killing of Katie Steelstock (US title) So here’s a small mystery to add to the one in the book.
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Harper & Row, US, hardcover, Penguin, US, paperback, Published previously in the UK as Death of a Favourite Girl (Hodder & Stoughton, hardcover, ). As a kind of bonus, we get two stories in one. Katie’s death is the obvious reason for the rather dry murder investigation that.
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This book was written nearly two decades ago and as warfare and training techniques evolve over time, the facts and applications of military science evolve as well. The book can be used as a nice starter for military science. It is a great stand alone source on the study and dissection of killing in wartime environments.
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He brings the hitherto dry world of finance to comprehensible and fasinating life. Michael Gilbert () was a founding member of the Crime Writers' Association. He wrote thrillers, police procedurals and espionage novels that rank among the highest and most varied achievements of British crime writing in the second half o.
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Thank you. This book provides a survey of what the process of training is to get people to kill and what the killing does to those who do it. The book begins with a surprising and pleasing description of how difficult it is to get humans to kill their fellow man.
The book is divided into several sections, each dealing with one major aspect of the role of. Other notable works that tell a similar tale include Cover Her Face (), by P.D. James; Death in the Morning (), by Sheila Radley; The Killing of Katie Steelstock (), by Michael Gilbert; and Close Her Eyes (), by Dorothy Simpson.
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A chilling novel of the hunter and hunted. This book is in very good condition, very solid, no tears, no missing Rating: % positive.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Michael Francis Gilbert books online.
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