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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Marcia Muller
ISBN: 0373833075
Subcategory: Mystery
Publisher Worldwide Library; 2 edition (July 1, 1993)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 476
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by Marcia Muller


There Hangs the Knife was an excellent book

There Hangs the Knife was an excellent book. This is the second book of Marcia Muller's Joanna Stark trilogy, continuing the saga of her art security expert's duel with her nemesis Parducci. The first was: "The Cavalier in White" and the third is "Dark Star.

There Hangs the Knife was an excellent book.

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There Hangs the Knife book. There Hangs a Knife (1988) is the second book in a trilogy by Marcia Muller which features art lover and co-owner of an art security firm, Joanna Stark

There Hangs the Knife book. Joanna Stark can’t seem to forgive and forget: what happened. There Hangs a Knife (1988) is the second book in a trilogy by Marcia Muller which features art lover and co-owner of an art security firm, Joanna Stark. The short series revolves around her efforts to track down Anthony Parducci, a brilliant art thief who has managed to elude the authorities for years.

There Hangs the Knife (1988). Chapter and Hearse: Suspense Stories About the World of Books (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini).

1944-09-28) September 28, 1944 (age 75) Detroit, Michigan. There Hangs the Knife (1988). Soledad County series. The Wickedest Show on Earth: A Carnival of Circus Suspense (1985) (co-written with Bill Pronzini). Lady on the Case: 21 Stories and 1 Complete Novel Starring the World's Great Female Sleuths (1988) (co-written with Bill Pronzini and Martin H. Greenberg).

Joanna Stark can't seem to forgive and forget: what happened twenty years ago still plagues her. She knows the only way it can be resolved is if she gets her revenge. So she devises an intricately plotted plan to entrap and expose Anthony Parducci, an art thief who also happens to be her worst enemy and a man who once, a long time ago, she truly cared about.

Book in the Joanna Stark Series). Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780373260348.

Joanna pits herself against her old foe and lover in an art theif ring. excellent book and dust jacket. Other Products from thetreasurevault (View All). Spring Garden Hearthside Baroque China Dinner Plate Stoneware.

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Thetalen
Good book by one of my favorite authors!
Jake
There Hangs the Knife was an excellent book. I can't wait to read the final book in this series to see where Joanna's obsession with Antony Parducci takes her!

Read the whole book--it will be well worth the time!
Nothing personal
Great - read Muller's series in order -- this is book two. This book was a page-turner with a surprise ending. The plot revolves around a painting and has many twist and turns. Fun to read == I live in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoyed seeing places I knew.
Truthcliff
Dislike. Not up Muller standards. Ridiculous obsession.
Mary Lou Moore
Risteacor
An interesting trip back to the 80's art world. Good characters, interesting plot. Not her most intense writing, but definitely vintage Muller
Nanecele
Loved it, great character and great twists and turns.
Brariel
This is the second book of Marcia Muller's Joanna Stark trilogy, continuing the saga of her art security expert's duel with her nemesis Parducci. The first was: "The Cavalier in White" and the third is "Dark Star." Actually, I think this is my least favorite of the 3. Still, it's interesting to see Muller write of protagonists other than Sharon McCone--demonstrates her breadth of talent. Also, the Stark trilogy is heavily into the world of art and art theft as well as a series of books (like Sherlock Holmes vs. Professor Moriarty) with a continuing struggle between two characters (Stark and Parducci). Muller slowly and teasingly provides detail after detail to fill in the prior relationship between the two characters--considerably enlivening the tales. It's worth reading the entire trilogy. Enjoy!