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Dago Red
Dago Red
Bill Pronzini invades the Ramble House Sanctuary of Loons with a collection of 22 excursions into the darkest heart of noir. From the perils of familial love in "Dago Red" to the deadly TV sports of "Olaf and the Merchandisers" Pronzini runs you through a wringer of chills and thrills, with a couple of Nameless Detective stories to keep you grounded. But don't expect the suspense to let up, because there are dangers lurking in the twenty stories that lie in between, each more menacing than the last. Recently named Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America and recipient of a Western Writers of America Spur Award for co-writing "Crucifixion River" with his wife, author Marcia Muller, Bill Pronzini lives in Petaluma CA. He recently released his 33rd Nameless Detective novel, Fever. and a new stand-alone, The Other Side of Silence, will be published in October of 2009.

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Langsiran dari Dipo Kereta Bandung
Langsiran dari Dipo Kereta Bandung
Bandung 25/05/2007 11.45 CC203-06 melangsir kereta dari Dipo Kereta Bandung
Bandung's Hussein Sastranegara (IATA: BDO airport .

royal dago hotel bandung
royal dago hotel bandung
Hollywood Italians: Dagos, Palookas, Romeos, Wise Guys, and Sopranos
From the silent era and The Black Hand (1906) to HBO’s hit series The Sopranos, Hollywood has had a love-hate affair with Italian Americans. Now in paperback, Hollywood Italians is a celebration of nearly a century of images of Italians in American motion pictures and their often under-appreciated, underpraised, and truly remarkable contribution to popular culture. Hollywood Italians covers the careers of dozens of stars among them Rudolph Valentino, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, John Travolta, Sylvester Stallone, Marisa Tomei, and James Galdolfini. In addition, the book reviews the work of such Italian American directors as Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese in a fresh light. In all, Hollywood Italians discusses scores of films with a concentration on their literary and European–cinematic roots. The book is capped by a no-holds-barred examination of The Godfather and its two sequels as well as the international television phenomenon The Sopranos.>