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A Swell-Looking Babe

Jim Thompson

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

'The toughest crime novels ever' Newsweek

The Manson looked like a respectable hotel; Dusty Rhodes looked like a selfless young man working as a bellhop; and the woman on the tenth floor who arrived on the midnight train looked like a slumming angel. But appearances can be deceptive - deceptive enough to lead to robbery, treachery and murder . . .

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Jim Thompson

Jim Thompson (1906-1977) was born in Anadarko, Oklahoma. Among his many novels are The Killer Inside Me, The Grifters, The Getaway and After Dark, My Sweet. He also wrote two screenplays (for the Stanley Kubrick films The Killing and Paths of Glory). Pop.1280 was an acclaimed French film under the title Coup de Torchon.

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