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Riassunto: Chase's first novel, set in and around Kansas City, was exceedingly popular when it first came out. Based on Ma Barker's gang, and inspired by Faulkner's Sanctuary: Miss Blandish - innocent, exquisite, vulnerable heiress - is kidnapped by a gang of ruthless hoods who've never tried big-time crime. Foiled by their own vicious ineptitude and the greed of a superior mob, the kidnappers lose their million dollar prize. Blandish, terrified and broken, is now the captive of Ma "Grisson" and her sadistic, sexually deviant son Slim.
About the Author: James Hadley Chase (1906-1985) was the author of more than 80 novels, but No Orchids for Miss Blandish was his first and most famous, becoming one of the best-selling books of the 1930s and the basis of stage and film adaptations. Jeff Harding is an actor who has appeared in such shows as "Father Ted" and" Life Is Wild." A prolific audiobook reader, he has recorded such high-profile bestsellers as the Bourne Trilogy and "The Da Vinci Code."
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Descrizione libro Munseys, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: Used; Good. Codice libro della libreria 2035524
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