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Publisher Comments:

"A terrific book-what might have happened if Raymond Chandler had written The Exorcist."-Stephen King

 

 A spellbinding novel of murder, mystery, and the occult, Falling Angelpits a tough New Yorkprivate eye against the most fearsome adversary a detective ever faced. For Harry Angel, a routine missing-persons case soon turns into a fiendish nightmare of voodoo and black magic, of dizzying peril and violent death-a world in which the shadow he chases seems to be the shadow he casts.

 

 William Hjortsberghas written science fiction, crime, and horror novels. He lives in Montana.

Synopsis:

A terrific book-what might have happened if Raymond Chandler had written The Exorcist.-Stephen King

Falling Angel combines the best of the classic detective story . . . with elements of the occult with surprising humor and wit. . . . This is the literary love-child of Raymond Chandler and Stephen King. . . . Not for the faint-of-heart.-from the foreword by Ridley Scott

Falling Angel pits a tough New York private eye against any detective's most fearsome adversary. A routine missing-persons case soon turns into a fiendish nightmare in which the shadow detective Harry Angel chases seems to be his own.

Synopsis:


"A terrific book-what might have happened if Raymond Chandler had written The Exorcist."-Stephen King

"Falling Angelcombines the best of the classic detective story . . . with elements of the occult with surprising humor and wit. . . . This is the literary love-child of Raymond Chandler and Stephen King. . . . Not for the faint-of-heart."-from the foreword by Ridley Scott

Falling Angelpits a tough New York private eye against any detective's most fearsome adversary. A routine missing-persons case soon turns into a fiendish nightmare in which the shadow detective Harry Angel chases seems to be his own.

About the Author

William Hjortsberg has written science-fiction, crime, and horror novels.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781933618081
Publisher:
Millipede Press
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - General
Introduction:
Crumley, James
Foreword:
Scott, Ridley
Author:
Hjortsberg, William
Author:
Crumley, James
Author:
Scott, Ridley
Subject:
Psychological
Subject:
Horror
Subject:
Private investigators
Subject:
Occultism
Subject:
General Fiction
Subject:
Horror - General
Publication Date:
November 2006
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
302
Dimensions:
8.50x5.58x.73 in. .80 lbs.

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Product details 302 pages Millipede Press - English 9781933618081 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , A terrific book-what might have happened if Raymond Chandler had written The Exorcist.-Stephen King

Falling Angel combines the best of the classic detective story . . . with elements of the occult with surprising humor and wit. . . . This is the literary love-child of Raymond Chandler and Stephen King. . . . Not for the faint-of-heart.-from the foreword by Ridley Scott

Falling Angel pits a tough New York private eye against any detective's most fearsome adversary. A routine missing-persons case soon turns into a fiendish nightmare in which the shadow detective Harry Angel chases seems to be his own.

"Synopsis" by ,
"A terrific book-what might have happened if Raymond Chandler had written The Exorcist."-Stephen King

"Falling Angelcombines the best of the classic detective story . . . with elements of the occult with surprising humor and wit. . . . This is the literary love-child of Raymond Chandler and Stephen King. . . . Not for the faint-of-heart."-from the foreword by Ridley Scott

Falling Angelpits a tough New York private eye against any detective's most fearsome adversary. A routine missing-persons case soon turns into a fiendish nightmare in which the shadow detective Harry Angel chases seems to be his own.
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