Buried on Avenue B

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The item Buried on Avenue B : a novel, Peter De Jonge represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Anaheim Public Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator De Jonge, Peter. Language eng.

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Publication New York, Harper, Edition First edition. Extent pages. Isbn The narrative is well structured and the main characters are nicely three dimensional with some interesting quirks and a slice of humour which can be lacking in police procedurals.

The story is not without its flaws, but is entertaining, non linear and unpredictable which keeps a seasoned crime reader interested and reading to the last page. I will be looking for the next Darlene outing!

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His non-fiction has been republished in numerous anthologies including Best American Sports Writing in and He lives in New York, where his crime novels are set. Peter de Jonge was born in Stamford, Connecticut , and except for three years in Switzerland as a child, grew up there.

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As a teenager, he was a highly ranked tennis player and competed in the National Juniors in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His father, Alfred de Jonge, was born in Frankfurt, Germany , where he escaped the Holocaust in , then returned eight years later with the U.

Army to help defeat the German forces.