The Vengeance Man/Park Avenue Tramp/The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed (A Trio of Gold Medals)

The Vengeance Man Park Avenue Tramp The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed A Trio of Gold Medals VENGEANCE MAN Jim Wilson has a problem His rich wife takes a fiendish pleasure in banging every guy in town But Jim has a plan He hires a detective to follow her And the next time Mona steps out on hi

  • Title: The Vengeance Man/Park Avenue Tramp/The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed (A Trio of Gold Medals)
  • Author: Dan J. Marlowe Fletcher Flora Charles W. Runyon
  • ISBN: 9781933586144
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Vengeance Man/Park Avenue Tramp/The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed (A Trio of Gold Medals)

    VENGEANCE MAN Jim Wilson has a problem His rich wife takes a fiendish pleasure in banging every guy in town But Jim has a plan He hires a detective to follow her And the next time Mona steps out on him, he s ready Because Jim is a man with a bigger plan than dealing with an unfaithful wife Jim is thinking big he wants power, he wants respect, and if he can pull thisVENGEANCE MAN Jim Wilson has a problem His rich wife takes a fiendish pleasure in banging every guy in town But Jim has a plan He hires a detective to follow her And the next time Mona steps out on him, he s ready Because Jim is a man with a bigger plan than dealing with an unfaithful wife Jim is thinking big he wants power, he wants respect, and if he can pull this one off, he just might be able to get it Trouble is, the plan has to start with murderRK AVENUE TRAMP During one of her blackouts, Charity McAdams Farnese walks into a downtown bar named Duo s and into the life of Joe Doyle, second rate piano player and a man with a bum heart Yancy the bartender knows that she s trouble, a rich girl with an itch, but Joe won t listen All he knows is that Charity wants to love him But Charity has a husband Oliver Alton Farnese Oliver is a creature of habit and allows Charity her flings But when this fling turns serious, Oliver has his own way of dealing with the situationE PRETTIEST GIRL I EVER KILLED Accidents happen, but the town of Sherman seems to have than its fair share of the fatal kind Someone falls into a well, another drowns, another is killed by an exploding stove Curt Friedland comes back to town to clear his brother of murder, convinced there is to all these deaths than mere coincidence Enlisting the aid of Velda, whose sister was supposedly murdered by Curt s brother, the two of them gradually begin to attract the attention of a very ingenious killer, a man well versed in the game of Death.

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    One thought on “The Vengeance Man/Park Avenue Tramp/The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed (A Trio of Gold Medals)

    1. Michael

      The 5 stars are for Park Avenue Tramp by Fletcher Flora. Beautifully written novel about slumming wealthy alcoholic bringing down everyone she meets. Almost every character is sick and depraved in mind, if not body. Great ending. Reminiscent of David Goodis.

    2. Victor Whitman

      I give this collection a solid four stars. Marlowe's 'The Vengeance Man" was a terrific story (except for the ending, fell down a little); but Flora's "Park Avenue Tramp" was awesome. Runyon's story was totally implausible, but that's part of the charm.

    3. Mark Patterson

      Disclaimer: Rating based solely on "The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed" (PGIEK).I was fortunate enough to take dual-credit English from Charles Runyon in high school, and his novel was one of the texts we read for class. I don't read many novels from the mystery genre, in part because I don't usually enjoy them. That being said, I genuinely enjoyed reading PGIEK, and it kept me interested until the very end. It certainly enhanced my enjoyment of the novel to know that Runyon had spent time as a cr [...]

    4. Steve

      I've read the first two, now. The first a few weeks ago, and the second last night. Both were terrific novels; looking forward to the third. Park Avenue Tramp, the second, is worth the price of the book. It's short on plot, but beautiful characterizations, and the author really knew how to write a paragraph. Pretty much every character is totally depraved, and you keep waiting for one glimmer of hope. It doesn't come.The third novel is nearly as compelling as the first, though it's not hard to f [...]

    5. Kurt Reichenbaugh

      Good sampling of the type of paperback originals you'd find in the drugstore while your sitting at the lunch counter waiting for your prescription to be filled. Individually, I'd give each of the novels in this collection 4 stars.

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