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The Comedy is Finished

By (author) Donald E. Westlake
Genres: Crime & mystery
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 27th Apr 2012
Dimensions: w 164mm h 241mm d 31mm
Weight: 590g
ISBN-10: 0857684086
ISBN-13: 9780857684080
Barcode No: 9780857684080
Synopsis
The year is 1977, and America is finally getting over the nightmares of Watergate and Vietnam. But not everyone is ready to let it go. Not aging comedian Koo Davis, friend to generals and presidents and veteran of countless USO tours. And not the five remaining members of the People's Revolutionary Army, who've decided that kidnapping Koo would be the perfect way to bring their cause back to life.

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"The characters are well drawn, the dialog flows, and the chapters speed by, making for a breezy, solid read. This late discovery is a welcomed treat for Westlake's many fans. A natural for all mystery collections." - Library Journal "One of the best Westlake novels I've read." - Washington Post

"A terrifying sprint for redemption and rescue with the reader kept in agonizing suspense until the literal last page. Not to be missed." - Mystery Scene

"A tense, compelling story...painfully insightful...[readers will] be hard-pressed to put the book down." - Booklist

"Halfway into January and we already have the first great book of 2012...some of the finest work of the author's career. And that is truly saying something." - Vince Keenan

"We're all in the presence of the master one last time." - Open Letters Review

"Sharply written and insightful...a worthy addition to Westlake's lengthy catalogue." - Publishers Weekly

"Unexpectedly moving." - Detectives Beyond Borders

..".a master at the top of his game." - Slacker Heroes

"Surprisingly emotionally potent...God bless Charles Ardai and Hard Case Crime." - Barnes & Noble Ransom Notes

"A real page turner...Westlake's book is hot with fear, remorse, lust and violence..." - Ed Gorman

"Westlake is a master of ratcheting up the tension...the book is highly recommended." - Bill Crider

"A masterful little gem." - In Reference to Murder