6 edition of The brass cupcake found in the catalog.
The brass cupcake
John D. Macdonald
Originally published, New York , Fawcett Publications, 1950.
|Statement||(by)John D. MacDonald.|
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|Number of Pages||174|
The Brass Cupcake: A Novel by John D. MacDonald ISBN ISBN Paperback; Random House Publishing Group; ISBN The Brass Cupcake About book: She couldn’t see Melody until she was right at the booth. “Cliff! Oh, Cliff, I ” she stopped suddenly and the air grew a bit frosty. “Miss Baron, Miss Chance,” I said, standing up. “Sit down, Kathy. I’ll get hold of a chair.” “Howdyado,” Kathy said .
Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) was an LAPD undercover policewoman on the police drama HUNTER/NBC/ Although beautiful, brunette and shapely, her tough determined attitude earned her the nickname the "Brass Cupcake" by her fellow male officers. Dee Dee, however, had a softer side. She enjoyed bubble baths, wearing silk undies and owned a. John D. MacDonald was a master of noir crime drama. The Brass Cupcake was his first book: I've always loved it and have read it innumerable times. I have an old copy that is wearing out to the point of crumbling away, which is why I purchased the Kindle version. You can't go wrong with a John D. MacDonald book/5(50).
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John D. MacDonald was a master of noir crime drama. The Brass Cupcake was his first book: I've always loved it and have read it innumerable times. I have an old copy that is wearing out to the point of crumbling away, which is why I purchased the Kindle version.
You can't go wrong with a John D. MacDonald book/5(58). The Brass Cupcake is the first in a long string of great books by John D. MacDonald, the mystery master. Cliff Bartells, an ex-cop who is now adjusting insurance claims, gets drawn into the jewelry heist of the season in Florence City, Florida/5.
The Brass Cupcake - Kindle edition The brass cupcake book MacDonald, John D. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Brass Cupcake/5(58). A classic novel by John D. MacDonald with an exclusive introduction written and read by Dean Koontz.
Floyd Hubbard arrives at a convention at a busy beach-town hotel with a mission from the top brass: ax a long-time manager in the sales team who has been slacking off for too long.
The Brass Cupcake by McDonald, John D. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Brass Cupcake predates the first McGee book The brass cupcake book 14 years and is credited as his first novel, although he had been writing short stories for the pulps for several years prior to its publication.
The following year,saw the publication of five additional novels. About The Brass Cupcake. One of the most beloved American thriller writers of the twentieth century kicks off a rip-roaring career with his exhilarating first novel, a hard-boiled classic full of twists and turns, good intentions and bad coincidences, the stench of corruption and the pursuit of justice at any cost.
Just brass. The fact that they could take it away on a deal like that changed the metallic composition. Once, as a kid on the bum, I was stuck in a county can in the coal-mine area of southern Illinois. They had their own language in that jail.
Anything you got by guile--extra cigarettes, more food, a pint bottle--was called a cupcake/5(7). A person predisposed to living in a fantasy-like state which leads to acting inappropriately in public, especially owing to drug use or flamboyant, self-indulgent, geeky avocations.
Something which is pointless and overly thought-out or indulgent. Often used in conjunction with the word "real" as a qualifier to indicate an extreme case where a person feels a need to attract negative attention.
Buy a cheap copy of The Brass Cupcake book by John D. MacDonald. This is a young John D. MacDonald (he was about 34 when he wrote this in ) long before he became famous with the Travis McGee series (which was still 14 years Free shipping over $/5(2).
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Cupcake is convinced that his relatives-Happy-Face Cupcake, Pink Princess Cupcake, and others-have more pizzazz than he does, until he meets a candle with the same problem and a bright idea. Harper's black-outlined cartoon characters appear on sparsely decorated, pastel pages to cheery effect, but it's the line-drawn facial expressions that /5(5).
THE BRASS CUPCAKE by MacDonald, John D. Seller John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILAB Published Condition A fine unread copy.
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First up, appropriately enough, is The Brass Cupcake, his very first work of book-length fiction, published in This novel has a couple of flaws, which I won't be able to resist slagging MacDonald off for later, but a fair person would have to concede it's actually a very impressive : Andrew Cartmel.
The past few months have been filled with time behind my sewing machine and very little documentation of the work that I have been doing. But at the beginning of this week I received a little shout out from a new sewing friend. MACDONALD, JOHN D. The Brass Cupcake. First Edition of the Author’s First Book.
Paperback original. “A hard-boiled ex-cop. A hard-boiled murder.”.Seller Rating: % positive. Synopsis One of the most beloved American thriller writers of the twentieth century kicks off a rip-roaring career with his exhilarating first novel, a hard-boiled classic full of twists and turns, good intentions and bad coincidences, the stench of corruption and the pursuit of justice at any uction by Dean KoontzEx-cop Cliff Bartells might be the last honest man in Florence City.
John D. MacDonald was a master of noir crime drama. The Brass Cupcake was his first book: I've always loved it and have read it innumerable times.
I have an old copy that is wearing out to the point of crumbling away, which is why I purchased the Kindle version. You can't go wrong with a John D. MacDonald book/5(49). Brass Cupcake () About book: In Flower City, a sleepy resort town on Florida's Gulf Coast, wealthy Elizabeth Stegman is murdered in a jewel heist gone bad - her missing jewels insured for £,It falls to hardboiled ex-cop Cliff Bartells to find the killer, retrieve the jewels and console the decedent's niece and only heir, beautiful and headstrong Melody Chance.
"The Brass Cupcake" was his first published novel insome years before he wrote the Travis McGee series. He continues to earn praise from millions of readers and lasting respect from fellow authors.
Many of his books including "The Brass Cupcake" have been reissued recently in 5/5(2).Now and then I like to read a book by John D. MacDonald just to remind myself of how good he was.
The Brass Cupcake was his first novel, and while it’s not as strong as some of the later ones, it’s still topnotch. I have a couple of editions, and the one pictured on the left is the one I read this time.Read "The Brass Cupcake A Novel" by John D.
MacDonald available from Rakuten Kobo. One of the most beloved American thriller writers of the twentieth century kicks off a rip-roaring career with his exhil /5(6).