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Thu Oct 16 17:50:35 2014 UTClccn-n500211940.07The day the sea rolled back /0.191.00New American Library archive,12315338Mickey_Spillanen 5002119456619Spileins, Mikijs 1918-2006Spillane, Frank MorrisonSpillane, Frank Morrison 1918-Spillane, Frank Morrison, 1918-2006Spillane, Michey 1918-2006Spillane, Mickey 1918-2006Spillane, Mickey Frank Morrison 1918-2006Spilleĭn, Mikki 1918-2006Спиллейн, Микки 1918-2006ספילאני, מיקי 1918-2006ספילין, מיקיספילני, מיקיسبايلين، فرانك موريسون، 1918-2006سبيلين، ميكي، 1918-2006ميكي سبايلين، 1918-2006スピレイン, ミッキースピレーン, ミッキーfast-950780Hammer, Mike (Fictitious character)lccn-n83071698Collins, Max Allanedtlccn-nr88002918Keach, Stacyprfactnrtviaf-280670060Goliath(Biblical giant)lccn-n84228684Thompson, Jim1906-1977lccn-n50016670Fuller, Samuel1912-1997lccn-n50025759Gale, Robert L.1919-lccn-n2001024829Stanfield, Peter1958-lccn-n85199250Dekker, Albert1905-1968prfactviaf-71580839Addy, WesleyactSpillane, Mickey1918-2006FictionDetective and mystery storiesDramaFilm adaptationsHistorical fictionJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcSuspense fictionConference proceedingsHammer, Mike (Fictitious character)Private investigatorsNew York (State)--New YorkSpillane, Mickey,Detective and mystery stories, AmericanUnited StatesNew York (State)--New York--ManhattanFilm noirCaribbean AreaTerroristsGoliath--(Biblical giant)ExtremistsRelicsPrivate investigators in literatureWomen--Crimes againstMurderRetireesFishersFishing boatsFilm criticismGreat BritainFuller, Samuel,Thompson, Jim,Radioactive substancesMurder--InvestigationDetective and mystery storiesFilm adaptationsEx-police officersDrug trafficNineteen sixtiesDetectives in literatureAbductionChandler, Raymond,Hammett, Dashiell,Poe, Edgar Allan,Stout, Rex,Van Dine, S. SFlorida--MiamiCubansTreasure trovesPopular literatureAmerican fictionSoviet UnionFalse imprisonmentFleming, Ian,Spies in literatureEspionage in literatureEnglish-speaking countriesGardner, Erle Stanley,Spy stories, English1918200619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014370577232058813.54PS3537.P652ocn070125792ocn045752886ocn780253652ocn468906461ocn676638038ocn780960440ocn691687394ocn691687462ocn767109726ocn887519935ocn674127885ocn693991501ocn766812920ocn822861502ocn839312530ocn753673141ocn723857004ocn691232547194027ocn019845434book19890.15Spillane, MickeyThe killing manFictionDetective and mystery storiesMike Hammer is back after a nineteen-year hiatus, and when he discovers a dead man sitting in his office chair, he is off on an adventure that involves a mysterious toolbox, a drug ring, two beautiful women, and the CIA+-+2427266566324187016ocn213223212book20080.12Spillane, MickeyThe Goliath boneFictionDetective and mystery storiesAfter preventing the violent robbery of two college sweethearts who stumbled onto a priceless archaeological find, P.I. Mike Hammer takes on Islamic terrorists and Israeli extremists out to seize the relic for their own purposes+-+K909656065182222ocn034583926book19960.13Spillane, MickeyBlack alleyFictionDetective and mystery storiesAging PI Mike Hammer, now having to rely on brains rather than brawn, goes after some killers and their money. Just before dying, a friend shot by the mob told him of a stash worth $80 billion which he hid from them. The mob know this and they in turn are after Hammer+-+2477940705163715ocn429227153book20100.12Spillane, MickeyThe big bangFictionDetective and mystery storiesHistorical fictionWith himself for a client, Hammer and his beautiful partner Velda, take on the narcotics racket in New York just as the streets have dried up and rumors run rampant of a massive heroin shipment due any day.--From publisher's description+-+0399656065140616ocn052860215book20030.13Spillane, MickeySomething's down there : a novelFictionDetective and mystery storiesSuspense fictionHoping to put his past as a government operative behind him, fishing-boat captain Mako Hooker finds his retirement preempted by several mysterious mauling deaths among his fellow fishermen+-+11960789259385ocn643763379book20110.13Spillane, MickeyKiss her goodbye : a Mike Hammer novelFictionDetective and mystery storiesReturning to 1970s New York to investigate an old friend's alleged suicide, Mike Hammer is drawn into a hunt for a cache of Nazi diamonds and a beautiful missing woman who had been close to the victim in his final days+-+95196560658989ocn057138081file19960.10Spillane, MickeyBlack alleyFictionMike Hammer awakens from a coma to find that he is at the center of a search for $89 billion in missing mob money+-+211300269632488912ocn156824700book20070.12Spillane, MickeyDead StreetFictionDetective and mystery storiesHaunted by his girlfriend's death in an attempted abduction, former NYPD cop Jack Stang discovers that she is alive but has lost her sight, her memory, and everything else, except her enemies+-+32220489358418ocn766320392book20120.14Spillane, MickeyLady, go die!FictionDetective and mystery storiesThis is Spillane's lost 1940s Mike Hammer novel, written between "I, the Jury" and "My Gun Is Quick" and never before published! Completed by Spillane's friend and literary executor Collins, this book is finally making its way into print almost 70 years after its inception74033ocn027976179book19520.19Spillane, MickeyKiss me, deadlyFictionDetective and mystery storiesNo dame is pretty with a gun in her hand. But at least this one was alive. The last time Mike Hammer met up with a blonde she ended up dead, and Hammer inherited a war with the Mob. As he digs deeper, he discovers that about fifteen years ago the Mafia had been double crossed. Now, people are dying because of it and the girl with the gun is a crucial witness in the case. While Hammer's enemies are searching the city for him, he is ready to go after them. Along the way, he'll find out just how deadly a kiss can get+-+92172665663246619ocn003844797book19790.07Spillane, MickeyThe day the sea rolled backJuvenile worksFictionA man and his 12-year-old son lose all hope of finding a sunken treasure in the Caribbean. Then one day a strange thing happens to the sea6098ocn751726073book20110.12Spillane, MickeyThe consummataFictionIn a tale completed from an unfinished Spillane outline, Morgan the Raider sets out to clear his name after he is accused of being the mastermind behind a forty million dollar heist and finds himself hiding out in the middle of Miami's Little Havana neighborhood+-+633731203559148ocn020565110book19470.21Spillane, MickeyI, the juryConference proceedingsFictionHere's Mickey Spillane and Mike Hammer in their roughest and readiest--a double-strength shot of sex, violence, and action that is vintage Spillane all the way. It's a tough-guy mystery to please even the most bloodthirsty of fans!+-+499926656632459027ocn039890465book19640.16Spillane, MickeyThe snakeFictionMike Hammer investigates a thirty-year-old murder and the reappearance of a women he loved and who he believed to have killed seven years before+-+67695383255686ocn828027593book20130.12Spillane, MickeyComplex 90 : a Mike Hammer novelFictionDetective and mystery stories"Hammer accompanies a conservative politician to Moscow on a fact-finding mission. Arrested and imprisoned by the KGB on a bogus charge; he quickly escapes, creating an international incident by getting into a fire fight with Russian agents. On his stateside return, the government is none too happy with Hammer. Russia is insisting upon his return to stand charges, and various government agencies are following him. A question dogs our hero: why him? Why does Russia want him back, and why was he singled out to accompany the senator to Russia in the first place?"--Amazon.com55142ocn033440749book19510.17Spillane, MickeyOne lonely nightFictionDetective and mystery storiesMike Hammer is walking the city streets one cold winter night, meditating on what the judge had said during the recent case against him. The footsteps closing up behind him turn out to be those of a terrified woman followed by a man+-+89172665663245433ocn010691639book19840.16Spillane, MickeyTomorrow I die52415ocn029183726book19660.16Spillane, MickeyThe twisted thingFiction+-+25903383255228ocn045413528book20010.19Spillane, MickeyThe Mike Hammer collectionFictionGiven their hot, fever-pitch prose and breathless pacing, Spillane's Mike Hammer novels quickly became one of the most successful series in publishing history -- an innovative, no-holds-barred, ultravisceral explosion of sex and violence that made Hammer a literary legend and Spillane one of the bestselling authors of all time. After fifty years, neither has lost his power to deliver a knockout punch+-+170857609551017ocn000089644book19700.16Spillane, MickeySurvival ... zero!FictionDetective and mystery storiesMore information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA+-+700485902511604ocn767952964file20110.50Stanfield, PeterMaximum movies--pulp fictions film culture and the worlds of Samuel Fuller, Mickey Spillane, and Jim ThompsonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFilm adaptationsMaximum Movies--Pulp Fictions describes two worlds. One of these worlds comprises a clutch of noisy, garish pulp movies, pumped out for the grind houses at the end of the urban exhibition chain by the studios' B-divisions and fly-by-night independents. The other is occupied by critics, intellectuals, cinephiles, and filmmakers who championed the cause of these movies. Against the legitimate, and in defense of the illegitimate, in an insolent and unruly manner, they agitated for the recognition of lurid sensational crime stories, war pictures, fast-paced Westerns, thrillers, and gangste+-+561500863511574ocn061192596file20030.30Gale, Robert LA Mickey Spillane companionDictionariesAt one time, Mickey Spillane had authored seven of the top ten bestsellers in history, and may have been the most widely read author in the world. Spillane masterful storytelling grabs his readers with his first paragraph and leads them spellbound toward his climax. Along with Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, and Ross Macdonald, he remains one of America's greatest mystery writers. This book is a convenient guide to his works+-+398878868511253ocn047205391visu20010.24Aldrich, RobertMickey Spillane's Kiss me deadlyFictionDramaFilm adaptationsWhile driving down a lonely road late one evening, Hammer picks up a beautiful blonde hitchhiker, dressed in nothing but a raincoat. At first, Hammer assumes that the incoherent girl is an escaped lunatic; his mind is changed for him when he and the girl are abducted by two thugs. The men torture the girl to death as the semiconscious Hammer watches helplessly. He himself escapes extermination when the murderers' car topples off a cliff and he is thrown clear. Seeking vengeance, Hammer tries to discover the secret behind the girl's murder6391ocn001098496book19740.39Ruehlmann, WilliamSaint with a gun : the unlawful American private eyeCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscripts4862ocn010711760book19840.33Van Dover, J. KennethMurder in the millions : Erle Stanley Gardner, Mickey Spillane, Ian FlemingCriticism, interpretation, etc4441ocn060558911book20050.18Kaminsky, Stuart MBehind the mystery : top mystery writersCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsStuart Kaminsky takes the readers into the personal lives and homes of well-known contemporary mystery writers+-+17097002453922ocn011284423book19840.53Collins, Max AllanOne lonely knight : Mickey Spillane's Mike HammerCriticism, interpretation, etc1163ocn794664286file20120.74Collins, Max AllanMickey Spillane on screen a complete study of the television and film adaptationsCriticism, interpretation, etcTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptations"In the mid-20th century, Mickey Spillane was the sensation of not just mystery fiction but publishing itself. Spillane's fiction came to the screen in a series of films. These films, and television series are examined by Spillane experts. Included are cast and crew listings, brief biographical entries on key persons, and a lengthy interview with Spillane"--Provided by publisher671ocn232333187com20070.35Something about the authorBiographyBibliographySeries covers individuals ranging from established award winners to authors and illustrators who are just beginning their careers. Entries cover: personal life, career, writings and works in progress, adaptations, additional sources, and photographs302ocn021148372rcrd19870.82Zorn, JohnSpillane Two-lane highway ; Forbidden fruitMusic221ocn644706816com20080.50Contemporary Literary CriticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcCovers authors who are currently active or who died after December 31, 1959. Profiles novelists, poets, playwrights and other creative and nonfiction writers by providing criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals+-+8010412325151ocn034064500rcrd19810.66Spillane, MickeyWriting mysteriesBiographyAuthor Mickey Spillane discusses his approach to writing and his feelings about his work131ocn004805932book19770.86Kiosklitteraturen : 6 analyserCriticism, interpretation, etc113ocn746943986file20030.27Mickey SpillaneCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliography111ocn038437974visu19970.59Mickey Spillane's Kiss me deadlyFilm adaptationsA detective gives a ride to a half-naked girl, who is abruptly killed by thugs. Almost killed himself, the detective tries to solve the murder. Along the way, he is told to back off by the Feds, a bomb is placed in his car, a friend is killed, and he himself is beaten, drugged, and held hostage51ocn044121621book19990.97Penzler, OttoMickey SpillaneBibliography22ocn478115049mix1.00New American LibraryNew American Library archiveHistoryRecords and correspondenceThe materials which comprise the NAL Editorial Department Files chiefly concern the production, publication, and editorial assessment of the literature at issue. Materials include: correspondence to and from authors, telegrams, inter-office memoranda, editorial dopesheets, contracts (copies), newspaper and magazine articles, production schedules, sales reports, corrected galleys, typescripts, photographs, and dust jacket book covers (note: the bulk of the NAL collection consists of general correspondence between editor/author and editor/agent or publisher). The New American Library (NAL)'s Editorial Department Files (1943 to 1962) comprise 125 boxes or 108.5 linear feet of processed materials and 25 boxes of paperback texts. The total collection of the series of Editorial Department Files includes earlier material (circa 1943 to 1947) dating from the parent publishing company, British-based Penguin Books. The Editorial Department Files - over 3300 folders22ocn858637438book20120.47Heiligenthal, Marcus GaryThe road to Hammer neoliberalist-masculinity and the politics of Mike HammerCriticism, interpretation, etcABSTRACT: Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer novels rank among the most popular texts in American fiction. Despite Spillane's enormous popularity, or perhaps because of it, there remains little critical consideration of his works. Spillane's work has been dismissed as overly simplistic, highly formulaic, and hyper-violent by the literary community. I assert that Spillane's work serves both as an archive of the popular cultural turmoil of late modernity and as a vehicle to forward Spillane's own hyper-masculine politics. Considering Spillane in the context of other hardboiled writers illuminates the ideological nature of Spillane's Mike Hammer novels. While other writers of the genre used the detective story as a means to articulate nuanced modernist discourses, Spillane flouts this tradition in a dangerously simplistic attempt to forward a highly nationalistic, neoliberalist-masculine ideology21ocn030010822book19740.82Hvidt-Nielsen, GreteMagtstrukturer i krigs- og efterkrigstidens USA - en tekstsociologisk analyse af Mickey Spillanes romanerCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn462018832mix0.47De Voto, BernardBernard De Voto papersHistoryCorrespondence, typescripts and galley proofs of 19 major works, 166 articles, 25 short fiction and non-fiction papers, broadcasts, speeches, lectures, and other papers. The correspondence (1948-55) with Harper's magazine relates to DeVoto's column The Easy Chair, and includes letters from Harper's magazine to senders of letters of condolence, and letters concerning DeVoto. Includes research material used in DeVoto's literary writings and in his work relating to politics, conservation and reclamation, free speech, national parks, and Western Americana. Correspondents include many of the leading persons in contemporary literature, politics, education, and the arts+-+2477940705+-+2477940705Thu Oct 16 15:25:55 EDT 2014batch58136