Lemons Never Lie

Lemons Never Lie

Paperback - 2006
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When he's not carrying out heists with his friend Parker, Alan Grofield runs a small theater in Indiana. But putting on shows costs money and jobs have been thin lately--which is why Grofield agrees to fly to Las Vegas to hear Andrew Myers' plan to knock over a brewery in upstate New York.
Publisher: New York, NY : Dorchester Publishing Co., 2006, c1971
ISBN: 9780843955941
0843955945
Branch Call Number: Mystery Stark Pbk
Characteristics: 221 p. ; 18 cm

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lukasevansherman
May 12, 2015

"You know, there's a school of thought that says the artist and the criminal are variants of the same basic personality type. Did you know that?"
Donald E. Westlake (1933-2008) was an incredibly prolific crime writer who also used the pen name Richard Stark. It was as Stark that he wrote the Parker series, which is his most famous work. He also wrote books with a thief and actor named Alan Grofield, who pulls some jobs with Parker. This entertaining heist novel is Grofield solo. Some films made from Westlake/Stark books include "Point Blank," "The Hot Rock," "Payback," and "Parker." Westlake also wrote the screenplays to "The Stepfather" and "The Grifters." Elmore Leonard, Stephen King, Lawrence Block, and Ed McBain are among his many admirers.

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RichardPaul
Jan 26, 2011

Lemons Never Lie ----

by Richard Stark (Donald Westlake) c- 2006 reprint ----

This is a comical story as are the other Grofield or Parker Stories. ---- Mainly this is a Grofield Tale ----

A good time killer ----

Enjoy! ----

Richard Paul

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