The Good Thief's Guide to Amsterdam

Chris Ewan (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.47
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
April 28, 2009
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.6 X 8.4 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780312570828

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About the Author

CHRIS EWAN is a lawyer specializing in the film industry. The Good Thief's Guide to Amsterdam, his debut novel, was recommended as one of the "books for grownups" by the editors of Publishers Weekly and AARP The Magazine. He lives on the Isle of Man.

Reviews

ย โ€œThis [is an] impressive debut, a comic whodunit. . . . Howard is a fresh, irreverent creation who will make readers eager for his next exploit.โ€"ย  "โ€”"Publishers Weekly ""(starred review)
"โ€œCharlie is agreeable company, producing that stream of witty patter that seems quintessentially British as he narrates his own skilled thievery and flights of quick thought . . . seeing the pieces fly together at the end without a single missing bit is pretty fun.โ€ โ€”"Houston"" Chronicle
""โ€œ"Ewanโ€™s droll, funny, noirish style, cleverly drawn central character, and great descriptions of locale will make this a popular new series.โ€ โ€”"Library Journal"

"This [is an] impressive debut, a comic whodunit. . . . Howard is a fresh, irreverent creation who will make readers eager for his next exploit."" "--"Publishers Weekly ""(starred review)

""Charlie is agreeable company, producing that stream of witty patter that seems quintessentially British as he narrates his own skilled thievery and flights of quick thought . . . seeing the pieces fly together at the end without a single missing bit is pretty fun." --"Houston"" Chronicle

""""Ewan's droll, funny, noirish style, cleverly drawn central character, and great descriptions of locale will make this a popular new series." --"Library Journal"

This [is an] impressive debut, a comic whodunit. . . . Howard is a fresh, irreverent creation who will make readers eager for his next exploit. "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"

Charlie is agreeable company, producing that stream of witty patter that seems quintessentially British as he narrates his own skilled thievery and flights of quick thought . . . seeing the pieces fly together at the end without a single missing bit is pretty fun. "Houston Chronicle"

Ewan's droll, funny, noirish style, cleverly drawn central character, and great descriptions of locale will make this a popular new series. "Library Journal""

This [is an] impressive debut, a comic whodunit. . . . Howard is a fresh, irreverent creation who will make readers eager for his next exploit. Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Charlie is agreeable company, producing that stream of witty patter that seems quintessentially British as he narrates his own skilled thievery and flights of quick thought . . . seeing the pieces fly together at the end without a single missing bit is pretty fun. Houston Chronicle

Ewan's droll, funny, noirish style, cleverly drawn central character, and great descriptions of locale will make this a popular new series. Library Journal

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"This [is an] impressive debut, a comic whodunit. . . . Howard is a fresh, irreverent creation who will make readers eager for his next exploit." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Charlie is agreeable company, producing that stream of witty patter that seems quintessentially British as he narrates his own skilled thievery and flights of quick thought . . . seeing the pieces fly together at the end without a single missing bit is pretty fun." --Houston Chronicle

"Ewan's droll, funny, noirish style, cleverly drawn central character, and great descriptions of locale will make this a popular new series." --Library Journal