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Product Description: Roy Cody lleva unos anos ejerciendo de maton profesional en Nueva Orleans. Es un tipo tranquilo, capaz de ver el lado filosofico de las cosas, a la vez comprensivo e implacable. Pero el mismo dia en que le diagnostican un cancer avanzado, mientras bebe unos whiskys y sin haber comentado todavia la noticia con nadie, intuye que su jefe, el poderoso extorsionador Stan Ptitko, quiere quitarselo de encima, y que el trabajo que le acaba de encargar Stan y que debe llevar a cabo esa noche es una trampa...read more

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9788498387513 | Reprint edition (Salamandra Publicacions Y Edicions, October 31, 2016), cover price $11.95 | About this edition: Roy Cody lleva unos anos ejerciendo de maton profesional en Nueva Orleans.
9788416237005 | 4th edition (Salamandra Publicacions Y Edicions, August 28, 2014), cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Roy es maton profesional en Nueva Orleans, comprensivo, capaz de ver el lado filosofico de las cosas.

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Product Description: Cuando se publico en el ano 2005, La profundidad del mar Amarillo abrio las puertas de la escena literaria a Nic Pizzolatto y le granjeo una mencion en la revista Poets & Writers como uno de los cinco mejores debuts de ficcion del ano y una nominacion como candidato preliminar al concurso de relatos Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award...read more

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9788416237098 | Italian edition edition (Salamandra Publicacions Y Edicions, February 28, 2016), cover price $21.95 | About this edition: Cuando se publico en el ano 2005, La profundidad del mar Amarillo abrio las puertas de la escena literaria a Nic Pizzolatto y le granjeo una mencion en la revista Poets & Writers como uno de los cinco mejores debuts de ficcion del ano y una nominacion como candidato preliminar al concurso de relatos Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award.

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A debut anthology of short fiction set against the diverse backdrops of the South and Midwest explores the baffling mysteries of the human heart and the complexities of human relationships, in stories about a samurai park ranger, a stained glass artist, a religious elementary school teacher and her militant son, and a young orphan and his former high-school football coach.

Hardcover:

9780404037505, titled "The Collected Works of Rudyard Kipling: Limits and Renewals ''Thy Servant a Dog''/Volume 10 of a 28 Volume Set Isbn 0404037402" | Not Applicable, December 1, 2041, cover price $62.50 | also contains The Collected Works of Rudyard Kipling: Limits and Renewals ''Thy Servant a Dog''/Volume 10 of a 28 Volume Set Isbn 0404037402
9781596921689 | Macadam Cage Pub, May 16, 2006, cover price $18.50 | About this edition: A debut anthology of short fiction set against the diverse backdrops of the South and Midwest explores the baffling mysteries of the human heart and the complexities of human relationships, in stories about a samurai park ranger, a stained glass artist, a religious elementary school teacher and her militant son, and a young orphan and his former high-school football coach.

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9781941531822 | Reissue edition (Dzanc Books, May 12, 2015), cover price $14.95
9781596922228 | Lawson Library, June 21, 2007, cover price $12.00

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9781622319220 | Unabridged edition (Highbridge Co, May 12, 2015), cover price $29.99 | About this edition: A reissue of Nic Pizzolatto's debut short story collection, now featuring two previously uncollected stories.

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Product Description: Originally published in 2005, Between Here and the Yellow Sea thrust Nic Pizzolatto into the literary spotlight, earning mention as one of Poets & Writers' top five fiction debuts of the year as well as a spont on the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award shortlist...read more

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9781849821773 | Gardners Books, June 1, 2012, cover price $17.20 | About this edition: Originally published in 2005, Between Here and the Yellow Sea thrust Nic Pizzolatto into the literary spotlight, earning mention as one of Poets & Writers' top five fiction debuts of the year as well as a spont on the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award shortlist.

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Recalling the moody violence of the early novels of Cormac McCarthy and Denis Johnson, a dark and visceral debut set along the seedy wastelands of Galveston by a young writer with a hard edge to his potent literary styleOn the same day that Roy Cady is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he senses that his boss, a dangerous loan-sharking bar-owner, wants him dead. Known “without affection” to members of the boss’s crew as “Big Country” on account of his long hair, beard, and cowboy boots, Roy is alert to the possibility that a routine assignment could be a deathtrap. Which it is. Yet what the would-be killers do to Roy Cady is not the same as what he does to them, which is to say that after a smoking spasm of violence, they are mostly dead and he is mostly alive.Before Roy makes his getaway, he realizes there are two women in the apartment, one of them still breathing, and he sees something in her frightened, defiant eyes that causes a fateful decision. He takes her with him as he goes on the run from New Orleans to Galveston, Texas—an action as ill-advised as it is inescapable. The girl’s name is Rocky, and she is too young, too tough, too sexy—and far too much trouble. Roy, Rocky, and her sister hide in the battered seascape of Galveston’s country-western bars and fleabag hotels, a world of treacherous drifters, pickup trucks, and ashed-out hopes. Any chance that they will find safety there is soon lost. Rocky is a girl with quite a story to tell, one that will pursue and damage Roy for a very long time to come in this powerful and atmospheric thriller, impossible to put down. Constructed with maximum tension and haunting aftereffect, written in darkly beautiful prose, Galveston announces the arrival of a major new literary talent.

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9781439166642 | Scribner, June 15, 2010, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: Recalling the moody violence of the early novels of Cormac McCarthy and Denis Johnson, a dark and visceral debut set along the seedy wastelands of Galveston by a young writer with a hard edge to his potent literary styleOn the same day that Roy Cady is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he senses that his boss, a dangerous loan-sharking bar-owner, wants him dead.

Paperback:

9781439166666 | Reprint edition (Scribner, June 14, 2011), cover price $15.00

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