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The deadly percheron

John Franklin Bardin

The deadly percheron

by John Franklin Bardin

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Published by Dodd, Mead & Company in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Franklin Bardin.
SeriesRed badge detective
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.B23615 De, PS3503.A56374 De
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p. ;
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6497819M
LC Control Number46004511
OCLC/WorldCa986917

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3 quotes from John Franklin Bardin: 'There is only one motive for writing a novel: to be published and read. To me there is no distinction between the mystery novel and the novel, only between good books and bad books. A good book takes the reader into a new world of experience; it is an experiment. A bad book, unless the writing is inept, reinforces the intransigent attitude of . The Deadly Percheron is a murder mystery, poignant love story, and an unsettling and hallucinatory voyage into memory, madness, and despair. (more) all members/5(3).

By John Franklin Bardin. THE DEADLY PERCHERON. Introduction by Jonathan Lethem. One of clothbound numbered copies, SIGNED by Lethem. FOR MORE GREAT SIGNED BOOKS. First edition thus Crimp to the crown of the spine, else near fine; in a near fine illustrated dust jacket with a corresponding crimp to the crown of the Rating: % positive. Still, what ultimately resonates about THE DEADLY PERCHERON is its authentically nightmarish sense of misplaced identity and altered reality. The Millipede Press edition of this book, FYI, contains a chapter from Bardin’s never-published final novel I LOVE YOU, TERRIBLY, involving an unidentified killer who targets an attractive model on.


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The Deadly Percheron begins like a nightmare, a joke, or a shaggy dog story: a young man walks into a psychiatrist's office, wearing a large scarlet hibiscus behind his ear, and says, “Doctor, I think I'm losing my mind.”/5. THE DEADLY PERCHERON might have been somewhat novel in style and themes inbut no longer.

It has some decent scenes exploring identity, sanity versus insanity, and amnesia and memory, but on the whole the book is nothing special.

Something that I read said Bardin's work was similar to that of Patricia Highsmith, /5(28). InBardin entered a period of intense creativity during which he wrote three crime novels that have since become genre-spanning classics: The Deadly Percheron, The Last of Philip Banter, and Devil Take the Blue-Tail Fly.

Bardin lived in New York City’s East Village until his death in Brand: Diversion Books. THE DEADLY PERCHERON might have been somewhat novel in style and themes inbut no longer.

It has some decent scenes exploring identity, sanity versus insanity, and amnesia and memory, but on the whole the book is nothing special/5(28).

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THE DEADLY PERCHERON might have been somewhat novel in style and themes inbut no longer. It has some decent scenes exploring identity, sanity versus insanity, and amnesia and memory, but on the whole the book is nothing special/5(23).

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The Deadly Percheron. Although first published inthe colorful John Bardin has lost none of his extraordinary intensity of feeling nor his ability to shock the reader with a morbid psychology well ahead of his time — although commonplace today.

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“Doctor, I’m losing my mind.” So begins John Franklin Bardin’s bold and unconventional crime thriller in which psychiatrist George Matthews’ attempts to help his. The Deadly Percheron by Dodd, Mead in the United States. In England by Victor Gollancz.

In paperback in the US & UK, first as part of The John Franklin Bardin Omnibus and then in a separate edition. by Poisoned Pen Press. In Scotland, by Canongate Books, Ltd (Canongate Crime Classics). Millipede PressGenre: Crime fiction. Although not a direct adaptation, Neil Jordan's "Mona Lisa" both makes direct reference to Bardin's book and its overall structure has strong parallels to "The Deadly Percheron" (and "Alice in.

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The deadly percheron by John Franklin Bardin; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Psychiatrists, Amnesiacs, Fiction. The Deadly Percheron is a murder mystery, poignant love story, and an unsettling and hallucinatory voyage into memory, madness, and despair.

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews -. The Deadly Percheron: Author: John Franklin Bardin: Genre: Novel: Written: Length: pages: Availability: The Deadly Percheron - US: The Deadly Percheron - UK: La Mort en gros sabots - France: Das Teufelsrad - Deutschland: L'enigma dei tre omini - Italia: El percherón mortal .The Deadly Percheron.

John Franklin Bardin. synopsis. John Franklin Bardin’s bold and unconventional crime thriller is at once a murder mystery, poignant love story and, most important, an unsettling and hallucinatory dark voyage into memory, madness, torture, and despair.

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The classic noir elements are in Philip Banter toothe nightmare, the hallucination, the fragmentation of time, rivers of alcohol, the psychologically perverse and its /5.