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  • The Murder Room

Day of the Guns

Mickey Spillane

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

'Spillane is a master in compelling you always to turn the pages' New York Times

Tiger Mann, sleuth and expert in counter-espionage, is lunching with a friend when he notices a girl enter the restaurant. To his friend, the girl is Edith Caine, a UN translator. But Tiger knows her as Rondine Lund, an Austrian who was a Nazi spy during the war. He had been in love with her - had even saved her life. In return, she had shot him and left him for dead.

So it was to be a personal vendetta . . .

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Mickey Spillane

Mickey Spillane was born in 1918 Brooklyn and raised in New Jersey of an Irish father and Scottish mother. He started writing in high school. He concocted adventures for major 1940s comic book characters, including Captain Marvel, Superman and Batman. Many of his thrillers featured his signature detective Mike Hammer. By 1980 Spillane was responsible for seven of the top fifteen all-time bestselling fiction titles in America. He died in 2006.

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