Sadie When She Died [DOWNLOAD: ADOBE READER] by Ed McBain

Ed McBain/Evan Hunter has become best known for his bestselling 87th precinct series.

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Sadie When She Died [DOWNLOAD: ADOBE READER] by Ed McBain


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  • Format: System Requirements)
  • File Size: 609K
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  • Mac OS Compatible: Mac OS 10.2 and above. Mac OS 9.x is no longer supported by Adobe.
  • Windows Compatible: Yes
  • Handheld Compatible: No. This title is not compatible with Pocket PCs, PDAs, or other handhelds.
  • Digital: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Warner Books; ISBN: B00005B5GS; (January 2001)



  • Reader Reviews
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful: SADIE WHO????????, September 27, 2002 Reviewer: Mac Blair from Huntingdon, TN USA Who was Sadie? Gerald Fletcher calls police and reports he came home and found his wife, Sarah, dead from a knife stabbing. There is even a confesed killer, Ralph Corwin. Carella does not think Corwin was the killer and sets out to prove it. There are many twist and turns. Kling is beaten up by some men. He does not know why or who. Is this connected to the murder? It is a good case of police work and running tips down. McBain writes so you can feel like you are there and can see the action. Who was the killer? Will Kling find out who beat him up? The ending has a surprise twist to it, at least to me. If you like a good mystery with lots going on you will like this one. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition

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