Too Many Bullets

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$26.99  $25.10
Hard Case Crime
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.6 X 1.2 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author
Max Allan Collins was hailed in 2004 by Publishers Weekly as "a new breed of writer." A frequent Mystery Writers of America nominee in both fiction and non-fiction categories, he has earned an unprecedented eighteen Private Eye Writers of America nominations, winning for his Nathan Heller novels, True Detective (1983) and Stolen Away (1991). In 2002, his graphic novel Road to Perdition was adapted into an Academy-Award winning film, starring Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, Jude Law and Daniel Craig. He lives in Iowa, USA.
Nathan Heller is the perfect private eye.--New York Daily News

Collins has an outwardly artless style that conceals a great deal of art. --New York Times

A unique private eye series with a believable, enduring hard-boiled hero.--Los Angeles Times

The master of true-crime fiction. --Chicago Magazine

"Extremely well researched...seamlessly weaves in historical details and personalities." - Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

Collins has not only devised an original take on what may well be the most-written-about crime in history but also made Heller's role in the case plausible.--Publishers Weekly on Target Lancer

Target Lancer brings us a different, fact-based assassination scenario, eerily paralleling the Dealey Plaza nightmare. --Kirkus Reviews on Target Lancer

Collins spins a fascinating tale with appearances by Jack Ruby, Jimmy Hoffa, and Bobby Kennedy. Gripping from the get-go, this will satisfy both Heller fans and assassination wonks ever eager for a new spin on the story. --Booklist on Target Lancer

Terrific!--Peterborough Telegraph Review

"Another great addition to the Nate Heller legacy. It gets my highest recommendation"
- Craig Zablo

"A compelling fictional narrative, created from a meticulously researched examination of every conspiracy theory."

"Too Many Bullets is both sad and thought provoking; a testimony to the one inescapable fact, we live in an imperfect world."
- Ron Fortier