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The Zebra-Striped Hearse
Paperback - English

A classic Lew Archer mystery from a Mystery Writers of America's Grand Master. Archer is on a long, wild journey up and down the coasts of California and Mexico trying to find the killer of two--more or less--innocent people. The zebra-striped hearse is just another hazy piece in this sinister puzzle facing the intrepid gumshoe. Previous publisher: Bantam. ...Strictly speaking, Lew Archer is only supposed to dig up the dirt on a rich man's suspicious soon-to-be son-in-law. But in no time at all Archer is following a trail of corpses from the citrus belt to Mazatlan. And then there is the zebra-striped hearse and its crew of beautiful, sunburned surfers, whose path seems to keep crossing the son-in-law's and Archer's in a powerful, fast-paced novel of murder on the California coast."

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
0375701451
EAN
9780375701450
Publisher
Publication Date
03/03/1998
Pages
288
Dimension
20.32cm x 12.95cm x 1.78cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

MacDonald, Ross
Ross Macdonald's real name was Kenneth Millar. Born near San Francisco in 1915 and raised in Ontario, Millar returned to the U.S. as a young man and published his first novel in 1944. He served as the president of the Mystery Writers of America and was awarded their Grand Master Award as well as the Mystery Writers of Great Britain's Gold Dagger Award. He died in 1983.




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