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Benny Banana, Private Eye
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||95|
Devil In a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley () was a fantastic example of the noir genre, and a gritty private eye story from a black perspective. It was fast-paced, the main character was well-drawn, though I felt the supporting characters were not as convincing. The twist was a surprise (although it probably shouldn’t have been). Benny Cooperman, the most endearing private eye in literature, is sprung from small-town Grantham and working in Toronto. A dealer in rare books asks him to investigate the theft of an ancient Jewish manuscript. While Benny is immersed in the strange world of antique book collectors, his client turns up dead and the robbery isn't all it seems/5(3).
Benny’s friend and ex-lover Anna Abraham and a host of other informants link Benny’s injury to the disappearances of Prof. Steven Mapesbury and his student Rose Moss, daughter of Benny’s ex-client Vanessa Moss, a charismatic pain in the neck (The Cooperman Variations, ). But it’s hard enough for a shamus to solve the same case twice. Benny Cooperman from Grantham, Ontario, is the private eye in THE RANSOM GAME by Howard Engel (St. Martin's, $). This is the second book in the series; the first, ''The Suicide Murders,'' was.
Jack Benny and Fibber McGee & Molly still hold up fine but when I want to go into a radio trance, I tune in the private eyes. Every medium has its private eye stars. In the movies, Humphrey Bogart heads the list while TV has brought us shows like 77 Sunset Strip, Magnum PI and the Rockford Files. Benny Cooperman, the most endearing private eye in literature, is sprung from small-town Grantham and working in Toronto. A dealer in rare books asks him to investigate the theft of an ancient Jewish manuscript. While Benny is immersed in the strange world of antique book collectors, his client turn.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Private Eye /5(47).
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Private Eye book Book 2: Pushed. Benny James is whisked into action by TV evangelist, Reverend Jim, who heads a mega Benny Banana in Mississippi and has a major problem. Reverend Jim’s son, Brother Jim, has taken his battle against sin to the extreme. Private Eye: Cameron Caldwell Mystery by Jason Deas, Mary Metcalfe.
Roger Rabbit is a fictional animated anthropomorphic rabbit character. The character first appeared in author Gary K. Wolf's novel, Who Censored Roger Rabbit. In the book, Roger is a second-banana in popular comic strip, "Baby Herman".Roger hires private detective Eddie Valiant to investigate why his employers, the DeGreasy Brothers, have reneged on their.
Doug J. Swanson’s “Blood Aces” documents the colorful, violent life of Benny Binion, the gangster who made his bones in Depression-era Dallas before moving to Las Vegas (with the law in hot pursuit).
In the desert, he opened the Horseshoe casino and introduced the World Series of Poker. The book also tells the story of Binion’s rivals, like Herbert Noble.
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This movie debut for saucy British TV comic Benny Hill has Benny leaving his job as a sweeper after winning some money. He becomes a private detective and investigates a. THE MERE look of a banana and the sound of the word are funny - or so it seems now.
But it was not always so. The banana is also a sign that can be peeled to reveal a history of a historically. Benny Cooperman, the invention of the Canadian mystery writer Howard Engel, has fallen victim to a rare brain disorder, alexia sine agraphia, in Mr.
Engel's latest private-eye novel, "Memory Book. Also, Benny’s sharp eye on details pertaining to the lodge’s dock, required quite a leap as a break in any of these cases.
There were mishaps and threats but the exciting notes in the novel all derived from sequences on an island. It is events there that were suspenseful and eerily atmospheric; my kind of mystery s: 2. Benny James is back.
The former FBI agent turned private eye is whisked into action by TV evangelist, Reverend Jim, who heads a mega church in Mississippi and has a major problem. Reverend Jim’s son, Brother Jim, has taken his battle against sin to the extreme.
Attractive young women are being “baptized” by being pushed from bridges. Beloved private eye Benny Cooperman is ready to hang up his gumshoes after an attack leaves him with lingering memory problems.
But then an old chum goes missing Hot on the trail of Jake Grange, a schoolfriend who ran a scuba diving business, Benny heads to Murinam, an exotic place with the feel and look of a former French colony/5(2). Private Eyes & Other Tough Guys A never-complete listing of private dicks and janes, and selected other tough guys and gals, listed by character, with all appearances in novels, short stories, film, television, radio and other media.
Howard Engel was a pioneering, award-winning Canadian mystery and non-fiction author. He is famous for his Benny Cooperman private-eye series, set in the Niagara Region of Ontario. He and Eric Wright are two of the authors responsible for founding Crime Writers Of had twins Charlotte and William with authoress, Marian Engel/5().
Benny Cahill is a private eye. His job is to help little guys with big problems. However, Benny always gets served a large portion of hurt for his troubles.
Things don't turn out any different when Benny is hired by a crooked jockey who never heard of the phrase: "Don't Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth".Being a private eye means helping the. Like Where’d You Go, Bernadette, there’s a mystery afoot in this of the Benny Cooperman Mysteries series (which you can read in any order), There Was an Old Woman delves into the mystery of Lizzy Oldridge’s passing.
Lizzy was the girlfriend of private eye Benny Cooperman’s janitor, Benny—and though she was rich, she somehow starved to death. stars for me. I enjoyed reading the story of Benny staying at a retreat in the woods and spending time fishing while he keeps an eye on a fugitive.
3/4 of the way through the book, the plot became too complicated for me to follow. The murderers were not brought to justice, and that was a very unsettling way to end the book/5(10).Pushed book.
Read 42 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Benny James is back! The former FBI agent turned private eye is whisked into /5(42).
Updated and freshly edited. Benny Cahill is a private eye. His job is to help little guys with big problems. However, Benny always gets served a large portion of hurt for his troubles.
Things don't turn out any different when Benny is hired by a crooked jockey who never heard of the phrase: "Don't Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth".5/5(2).