. After jumping ship at Montevideo, he roamed across the Americas taking a variety of jobs: he was a steer-wrestler, a waiter-on-roller-skates at a drive-in eatery in Tucson, and a bouncer in a gay bar in San Francisco. Duffy is a detective like no other. Copyright 2006-Present by President, Dan Kavanagh Fan Club If you like Dan Kavanagh, try. Duffy was a copper until four years ago, when malicious rumors about his sex life ripped through the force. Page block is nice and square. Duffy: Hired by a disreputable businessman who's being blackmailed by one of the city's most dangerous crime lords, Duffy must navigate Soho's underworld of prostitutes, porn moguls, and hoods.
Book and dust jacket are in fine condition. After jumping ship at Montevideo, he roamed across the Americas taking a variety of jobs: he was a steer-wrestler, a waiter-on-roller-skates at a drive-in eatery in Tucson, and a bouncer in a gay bar in San Francisco. He is currently working in London at jobs he declines to specify, and lives in north Islington. Now he's in private security. But he's street smart, savvy and takes no nonsense from anyone. Helped by some shady characters from his past, Duffy discovers that while things have changed in his old stomping ground, the streets are still mean and the crooks walk arm in arm with the blues.
He comes from a separate part of the brain. Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? Duffy, no stranger to his city's seedier offerings, dives into a world of prostitutes, hoods, and porn moguls. Structure of the book covers, binding, spine, hinges is tight and free of damage. Helped by some shady characters from his past, Duffy discover that while things have changed in the years since he was working the area, the streets are still mean and the crooks walk arm in arm with the blues. Which character — as performed by Rupert Degas — was your favourite? To outside appearances, Brian McKechnie is just a businessman. Duffy sau cum se taie cascavalul Duffy. If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be? But what he lacks in orthodoxy he makes up for in street-smart savvy and no-nonsense dealings.
Bookseller: , New Jersey, United States. Crooked policemen; an extremely nasty villain; and a dodgy client to whom Duffy gives the advice pay-up or find someone to knock-off the blackmailer … these are very mean streets. Translated by Serdar Rifat Kiroglu. Translations La nuit est sale. It was a message for her husband, Brian. Traditionally the author kills off his characters, but I don't see why an author shouldn't get killed off as well.
Other edition: Reinbeck bei Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch, 2000. When the police fail spectacularly at finding out who's after him, McKechnie engages the services of London's most unusual private eye. Kavanaugh has some fun in these hard-boiled adventures by peppering them with a sometimes wicked sense of humor. Duffy, a bi-sexual ex-police officer, explores the seedy underbelly of Soho. Crushed by a beer barrel falling off a truck as he leaves a pub, or something. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij de Arbeiderspers, 1982.
Additional photos will be provided upon request in order to ensure the quality and integrity of your book purchase. He is currently working in London at jobs he declines to specify, and lives in North Islington. Intrigued by McKechnie's case and the ineptitude of his ex-colleagues on the police force, Duffy heads to his old patch - the seedy underbelly of Soho - to begin inquiries of his own. To beat back the blackmail, McKechnie needs someone who understands lowlifes like Martoff—and Nick Duffy knows lowlifes. Alleged Photographs of Dan Kavanagh, London c1981 photographer's finger obscures upper corner a blurred second attempt Dan Kavanagh returns to hardback! Full to bursting with sex, violence and dodgy dealings, Duffy is a gripping and entertaining crime novel with a distinctly different and entirely lovable anti-hero. Milano: Giallo d'Azione Mondadori, 1982.
Rowling , readers should try Duffy. But to Big Eddy Martoff, London's underworld kingpin, McKechnie is a big fat mark. Dan Kavanagh Website: Duffy Duffy Dan Kavanagh's first novel. A bisexual ex-policeman with a phobia of ticking watches and a penchant for Tupperware. When Brian McKechnie finds his wife attacked, his cat killed, and himself blackmailed by a man with a suspiciously erratic accent, he engages the services of London's most unusual private eye - Duffy. After jumping ship at Montevideo, he roamed across the Americas taking a variety of jobs: he was a steer-wrestler, a waiter-on-roller-skates at a drive-in eatery in Tucson, and a bouncer in a gay bar in San Francisco. About The Author Dan Kavanagh was born in County Sligo in 1946.
No markings or damage to any pages. Intrigued by McKechnie's dilemma and the apparent incompetency of his ex-colleagues, Duffy heads to his old patch, the seedy underbelly of Soho, to begin inquiries of his own. Orion published in April 2014, Fiddle City in August 2014, Putting the Boot In in December 2014. The twist is that his client didn't actually kill her, he just left out a few things when talking to the police. Having devoted his adolescence to truancy, venery and petty theft, he left home at seventeen and signed on as a deckhand on a Liberian tanker. An unusual mix of thriller and comic novel. The manager hires Duffy to find out who's intentionally kicking the team while it's down, and soon he's taking on everyone from diehard fans to hard-core skinheads.
Duffy Duffy Created by Dan Kavanagh pseudonym of Julian Barnes And now, we proudly present the cheeky bi eye. Paperbacks of each title will also be available. A bisexual ex-policeman with a phobia of ticking watches and a love of Tupperware, Duffy is anything but orthodox. These Heathrow hoods need a private detective to find out who's been robbing them—and down-and-out Duffy takes the case. With a history of crooked business deals and extramarital affairs, McKechnie is the perfect target. Going to the Dogs will be available in April 2015.
The image provided is the actual book I'm offering for sale. What did you like best about this story? Now he is in private security, and McKechnie's case is one he cannot refuse. Nick Duffy was a copper on the vice squad until malicious rumors about his own sex life ripped through the force. Having devoted his adolescence to truancy, venery and petty theft, he left home at seventeen and signed on as a deckhand on a Liberian tanker. His wife was attacked in their home, his cat was brutally killed and now a man with a suspiciously erratic accent is blackmailing him. Dan Kavanagh Website Dan Kavanagh was born in County Sligo in 1946. He pokes some fun at traditional English cozies by setting the last of Duffy's adventures in an English country mansion.