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The Heat's On
By (author): Chester Himes

ISBN:

9780241521106

Product Form:

Paperback

Form detail:

Trade
Paperback , Trade
English

Audience:

General/trade
May 18, 2021
$21.99 CAD
Active

Dimensions:

7.8in x 5 x 0.5 in | 0.38 lb

Page Count:

224 pages
Penguin UK
Penguin Classic
FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Hard-Boiled
’The greatest find in American crime fiction since Raymond Chandler’ Sunday Times

Detectives Coffin Ed and Grave Digger Jones have lost two criminals. Pinky ran off - but it shouldn’t be hard to track down a giant albino in Harlem. Jake the drug dealer, though, isn’t coming back - he died after Grave Digger punched him in the stomach. And his death might cost them both their badges. Unless they can track down the cause of all this mayhem - like the African with his throat slit and the dog the size of a lion with an open head wound.

Chester Himes’s hardboiled tales of Harlem have a barely contained chaos and a visceral, macabre edge all their own.

Chester Himes was born in Jefferson City, Missouri in 1909 and grew up in Cleveland. Aged 19 he was arrested for armed robbery and sentenced to 25 years in jail. In jail he began to write short stories, some of which were published in Esquire magazine. Upon release he took a variety of jobs, from working in a California shipyard to journalism to script-writing, while continuing to write fiction. He later moved to Paris where he was commissioned to write the first of his Harlem detective novels, A Rage in Harlem, which won the 1957 Grand Prix du Roman Policier. In 1969 Himes moved to Spain, where he died in 1984.

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