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10 thoughts on “Fuzz 87th Precinct #22

  1. says:

    In Fuzz a master criminal nicknamed the Deaf Man returns to bedevil the detectives of the 87th Precinct As is often the case in this series the weather plays an important part in the book It's the middle of winter; the snow is deep and the temperatures are freezing It's not fit weather for man or beast but the criminals ar

  2. says:

    For me this is not one of the best 87th Precinct novels but it does involve a great many of the suad roster The deaf man a

  3. says:

    Nobody writes police procedurals uite like Ed McBain and his ear for dialogue separates him from oh so many authors This installment

  4. says:

    Where is the glamourI enjoyed this book and got to liking the characters the men of the 87th I wanted to read the book after seeing the movie that was based on it Right off let me say they are two different animals The movie is okay but the book is way better There are no big gun battles between the Cops and Robbers most o

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    Book #22 of the series and a bit of a departure from the norm compared with the previous books First at 270 pages it's much longer Second it features a returning villain the mysterious 'deaf man' For the most part

  6. says:

    Don't you realize why they're called fuzz?No Why?Because they're fuzzy and fussy and antiuated and incompetentWell they may look that way but

  7. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyable as always

  8. says:

    Since I have been retired for uite a few years i decided to read the 87th Precinct series in order and I just finished number 22 This isn't one of my favorites and i am giving it a weak 3 stars about a 26 The plot wasn't as real and down to ear

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    This is the first deaf man novel in the series that I've enjoyed And I'm not sure why I did Perhaps because the usual mayhem continued in the 87th Precinct as the detectives tried to unravel the deaf man's threats actions and plans Perhaps because I've had my nose in other books and hadn't read an 87th Precinct story for a while The ending which I will not share is delightful

  10. says:

    I love Ed McBain His books are serious comic irreverent and a joy to read And its amazing the range he had with the 87th Precinct Books of which this is one — and the lawyer Matthew Hope to Blackboard Jungle writ

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The 87th Precinct is up against the Deaf Man master criminal and Detective Carella's own Moriarty With the mur. Nobody writes police procedurals uite like Ed McBain and his ear for dialogue separates him from oh so many authors This installment of the 87th precinct brings back the suad s nemesis the deaf man a criminal mastermind who seems to relish outwitting cops while operating his well planned schemes But even the best laid plans Well you ll have to read he book It does have a few shortcomings the ending seems abrupt and there is a lack of satisfaction in how several of the criminals are foiled at least for this fan But nevertheless it s still a solid episode in a consistently entertaining series And I m guessing we ve not seen the last of the deaf man At least I hope not MT 86 : Protocole Montréal-Toulouse d'examen linguistique de l'aphasie (1CD audio) relish outwitting cops while operating his well planned schemes But even the best laid plans Well you ll have to Thesaurus of the Senses read he book It does have a few shortcomings the ending seems abrupt and there is a lack of satisfaction in how several of the criminals are foiled at least for this fan But nevertheless it s still a solid episode in a consistently entertaining series And I m guessing we ve not seen the last of the deaf man At least I hope not

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Fuzz 87th Precinct #22

On and homicide Fuzz was the basis of a major motion picture starring Burt Reynolds Rauel Welch and Yul Brynne. Thoroughly enjoyable as always

free read ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Ed McBain

Ders of two prominent citizens to his credit the Deaf Man is about to reveal his pice de resistance of extorti. Book 22 of the series and a bit of a departure from the norm compared with the previous books First at 270 pages it s much longer Second it features a returning villain the mysterious deaf man For the most part I enjoyed this one but for me the ending left a lot to be desired It wasn t bad just seemed very unlikely A few books and I will reach the half way point of this series Over the last couple of years I have collected most of them in 2nd hand books or on Kindle and have the next 22 ready to go