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She'll Hate Me Tomorrow by Richard Deming
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She'll Hate Me Tomorrow

by Richard Deming

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Richard Deming wrote detective fiction in the 1940s and 1950s in
Manhunt and Mike Shayne and later wrote for tv such as Dragnet and
other shows. He is not as well known as other writers from that era
and that's unfortunate because, if this book is typical of his work, he's
one of the best. This is a classic old fashioned hardboiled pulp novel. It
is well written, quick paced, and possibly a little risqué considering the
era in which it was written. Stella is a young innocent secretary with
an incredible figure. She stumbles on information that is dangerous to
have while working for a criminal defense attorney. She ends up with
the top enforcers from the Chicago mob after her and willing to shoot
the whole town up to get to her. She's on her own though with only
one man willing to stand up to the mob and protect her. Would make a
great movie with Charlize Theron playing Stella. A masterpiece! ( )
  DaveWilde | Sep 22, 2017 |
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