3 edition of The so blue marble. found in the catalog.
The so blue marble.
Dorothy B. Hughes
|Series||A Bloodhound mystery|
|LC Classifications||PS3515 U2732 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Once the dashing, top-hatted twins had the marble, they would do to Griselda what they had done to others. Her estranged husband, Con, a thousand miles away, could no longer save her. A bloody trail wound about the so blue marble, years of theft, torture, violence; whispers of secret riches, gold, diamonds, rubies as big as the moon. Listen to So Blue Marble audiobook by Dorothy B. Hughes. Stream and download audiobooks to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Bestsellers and latest releases. try any audiobook Free!
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The So Blue Marble () was the debut novel for Dorothy B. Hughes. It is a bit thriller, a bit noir, and just a tad bit off-the-wall. The protagonist is Griselda, former actress, current fashion designer for the rich and famous in the glittering The so blue marble. book of Hollywood/5(50).
Unlike some of Dorothy B. Hughes's darker noir fiction that I've read (see my review of Ride the Pink Horse), "The So Blue Marble" is more lighthearted and plot-driven--sometimes ridiculously more than one reviewer here has noted, there is a curiously implausible, comic-book-like quality to the characters and storyline (I half-expected Superman to come bursting through the /5(21).
After writing several unsuccessful manuscripts, she published The So Blue Marble inwinning praise for its terse, hard-boiled published thirteen more novels, the best known of which are The Fallen Sparrow (), Ride the Pink Horse (), In a Lonely Place ().
All three were made into successful : Penzler Publishers. Born in Kansas City, she studied at Columbia University and won an award from the Yale Series of Younger Poets for her first book, the poetry collection Dark Certainty ().
After writing several unsuccessful manuscripts, she published The So Blue Marble inwinning praise for its terse, hard-boiled prose/5(21). The So Blue Marble Dorothy B.
Hughes. Penzler, $ trade paper (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Dread Journey; Buy this book First. Dorothy B. Hughes (–) was a mystery author and literary critic. Born in Kansas City, she studied at Columbia University and won an award from the Yale Series of Younger Poets for her first book, the poetry collection Dark Certainty ().
After writing several unsuccessful manuscripts, she published The So Blue Marble inwinning praise for its terse, hard. The So Blue Marble" is a revelation. It utilzes Hughes' poetic skills to create an overwhelming atmosphere of fear, terror, and suspense surrounded by the high society environment of.
A review for the 44th Harlequin Romance novel, entitled "The So Blue Marble", by Dorothy Hughes. In this noir novel, Griselda is hounded by a pair of serial killers, who are intent on getting her. And so goes the tale of THE SO BLUE MARBLE, Dorothy B.
Hughes’ fiction noir. My favorite genre, one of my favorite authors. Thank you Kindle Unlimited, where I got to read and listen to this finely tuned story for free. Will be buying it anyway, the next time the book goes on sale (hint, hint to anyone who might be in charge of these things!).
Editions for The So Blue Marble: (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition publishe Author: Dorothy B. Hughes. The twins insist that Griselda's ex is in possession of a rare and ancient gem, which they call the blue marble, and insist she knows where it is.
Her own insistence that she has no idea spurs the twins to a series of vicious murders, made even more horrible by the alternately gleeful and bored participation of Griselda's conscienceless.
The novel that began it all, The So Blue Marble, is a revelation. It utilizes Hughes’s poetic skills to create an overwhelming atmosphere of. The So Blue Marble by Dorothy B. Hughes has an overall rating of Positive based on 3 book reviews.3/4(3).
Drenched in the glamour and luxury of the New York elite, The So Blue Marble is a perfectly Art Deco suspense novel in which nothing is quite as it seems. While different in style from her later books, Dorothy B. Hughes's debut highlights her greatest strengths as an author, rendered with both the poetic language and the psychology of fear for.
“You will have to read [The So Blue Marble] for yourself, and if you wake up in the night screaming with terror, don’t say we didn’t warn you.” — The New York Times Book Review “[Hughes’s] novels are carefully crafted pieces, ahead of their time in their use of psychological suspense and their piercing observations about class and.
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Three well-heeled villains terrorize New York’s high society in pursuit of a rare and powerful gem. The society pages announce it before she even arrives: Griselda Satterlee, daughter of the princess of Rome, has left her career as an actress behind and is traveling to Manhattan to reinvent herself as a fashion designer.
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Will show signs of wear to cover and/or pages. There may be underlining, highlighting, and or writing. May not include supplemental items (like discs, access codes, dust jacket, etc). Will be a good Reading copy. Buy The So Blue Marble by Dorothy B Hughes online at Alibris.
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