Hemingway Cutthroat: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books) (2020)

Hemingway Cutthroat: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books) Michael Atkinson Hemingway Cutthroat A Mystery Thomas Dunne Books There were no bullfights in Madrid just bombs freedom fighters journalists and plenty of corpses Ernest Hemingway covering the Spanish Civil War for the American press came looking for stor
  • Title: Hemingway Cutthroat: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books)
  • Author: Michael Atkinson
  • ISBN: 9780312379728
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Hardcover
Hemingway Cutthroat: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books) Michael Atkinson There were no bullfights in 1937 Madrid, just bombs, freedom fighters, journalists, and plenty of corpses Ernest Hemingway, covering the Spanish Civil War for the American press, came looking for stories and danger, and found something else a friend murdered amid the ruins With a new novel stirring in his head and his veins pumping with booze, Hemingway sThere were no bullfights in 1937 Madrid, just bombs, freedom fighters, journalists, and plenty of corpses Ernest Hemingway, covering the Spanish Civil War for the American press, came looking for stories and danger, and found something else a friend murdered amid the ruins With a new novel stirring in his head and his veins pumping with booze, Hemingway sets out to find who killed Jos Robles Pazos, a bureaucrat in the Popular Front, and who s covering it up There is, after all, nothing like risking death in a war zone if it means living fast, nailing the bastards, and avoiding a deadline With the writer John Dos Passos at his side, Hemingway wades into the darkness, discovering that his old WWI buddy is no mere casualty of war but victim of something far terrible Boisterous, bare knuckled, and stewed to the gills, Hemingway Cutthroat captures the writer at the height of his career and in a Europe teetering on untold cataclysm, struggling to find out not just for whom, but why the bell tolled.
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One thought on “Hemingway Cutthroat: A Mystery (Thomas Dunne Books)

  1. Christian Rojas

    Como me compr que le usar a l como personaje principal Lo mismo cuando aparec an otros autores o les citaba a ellos y a sus obras.Muy buenos giros en la historia que no era para volverse loco pero estaba muy buena aunque me pareci que el final fue un poco simple y apurado.

  2. Ana T.

    When offered the chance to review a book that was a mystery, set in the 1930s in Spain and with Hemingway as the main detective I couldn t really say no It seemed like the most interesting story This is actually the second book in a series of mysteries with Hemingway as the main character but it can certainly be read as a stand alone There seems to be a trend in historical fiction about using real people as fictional detectives Besides Hemingway I can think of Elizabeth I, Jane Austen and Joseph [...]

  3. CorLostForWords

    Source Received for review from publicist Many thanks to Dana from Kaye Publicity for sending me this book for review I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.My Rating 4 5Hemingway is in Spain covering the Spanish Civil War for the American papers back home While there, he satiates his need for women, and booze He certainly is nursing ideas for his next novel as well, however he finds out that a friend of his has disappeared, and is presumed dead His interest is piqu [...]

  4. Kristen

    I love Ernest Hemingway He is the sleuth in the series Atkinson captures the essence of Papa in this series It s a quick moving mystery, but the personality of Papa overwhelms the mysterywhich is ok in my book This mystery is set in Spain, as Papa and Dos Passos try to figure out who killed a friend of Dos Passos Hemingway gets involved in the mystery and brings his charisma with his as he outwits the bad guys I really think that Papa Hemingway would be proud of this series that Atkinson has cr [...]

  5. Denise Hartman

    I suppose my problem with the book maybe that I m not a Hemingway fan His personality of thuggery and seeking sex under every rock I found tiring even if accurate I enjoyed the book for the setting in Civil War Spain in the 1930s, but probably won t read If you enjoy the why I oughta pound you genre of mysteries you would probably enjoy this book The writing is smooth and does not distract or detract from the story.

  6. Bridget

    In all honesty, I found Hemingway s work to be extremely boring With that being said, I was intrigued when I read the synopsis for HEMINGWAY CUTTHROAT I m really glad I took a chance and asked to review this book Michael s writing is original and entertaining.

  7. Linda

    It seemed well written, although not a place or topic I havebeen interested in I don t much care for Hemingway, probably wouldn t have liked the real one much either, so I don t thinkI want to read any fiction about him.

  8. Cynthia

    I loved this book I lived the adventure with Papa, but without the hangovers or beatings I can t wait for the next one.

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