شب شکارچی



.شب شکارچی

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • شب شکارچی
  • Davis Grubb
  • Farsi
  • 17 May 2018
  • 9643125823 Edition Language Farsi URL

10 thoughts on “شب شکارچی

  1. says:

    The faces ran together like the years like the long rides in the yellow lit railroad coaches through the clicking river midnights as he wandered from town to town Lord, won t I never settle down Lord, won t you never say the word that my work is done Another one, Lord All right, Lord Loosely based on the true stor...

  2. says:

    While it pains me deep down in the dark, fleshy crevices of my book loving core to admit, this noir classic was a utter MISS for me, and my feelings can be fairly summed up by the famous villain s iconic tattoos I don t think it s all the author s fault, and my oft awry expectations will saddle a large chunk of the fail burden for this one buton ...

  3. says:

    The Night of the Hunter Davis Grubb s novel of the Sociopath in the Pulpit This novel was selected as a Moderator s Choice for members of On the Southern Literary Trail for October, 2014 Come join us. The Night of the Hunter was selected by members of On the Southern Literary Trail as a group read for October, 2018. Davis Grubb, born July 1919, Moundsville, WV, died July 24, 1980, NY, NY Grubb was the author of eleven novels. The Night of the Hunter, First Ed., First Prtg., Harper Brothers The Night of the Hunter Davis Grubb s novel of the Sociopath in the Pulpit This novel was selected as a Moderator s Choice for members of On the Southern Literary Trail for October, 2014 Come join us. The Night of the Hunter was selected by members of On the Southern Literary Trail as a group read for October, 2018. Davis Grubb, born July 1919, Moundsville, WV, died July 24, 1980, NY, NY Grubb was the author of eleven novels. The Night of the Hunter, First Ed., First Prtg., Harper Brothers, NY, NY, 1953 The novel was a finalist for the National Book Award in 1955. Not that you mind the killings There s plenty of killings in your book,...

  4. says:

    Have you ever seen the classic film of the same name starring Robert Mitchum One of the scariest movies I ever saw when growing up so I couldn t wait to read the book Who could ever forget the chilling Mitchum singing the old hymn Leaning on the Everlasting Arms as he chased 2 innocent children as they tried to escape their murderous stepdad The author was inspired by true events occurring in West Virginia during the Depression era by serial killer Harry Powers, who had married and murdere Have you ever seen the classic film of the same name starring Robert Mitchum One of the scariest movies I ever saw when growing up so I couldn t wait to read the book Who could ever forget the chilling Mitchum singing the old hymn Leaning on the Everlasting Arms as he chased 2 innocent children as they tried to escape their murderous stepdad The author was inspired by true events occurring in West Virginia during the Depression era by serial killer Harry Powers, who had married and murdered 2 widows and their children.The book begins with a botched bank robbery by a desperate man who barely has time to return home to hide the money before the police arrive...

  5. says:

    Ohio river Somewhere in a valley along its shores, a young boy and his family lived happily ever after, until his dad, Ben Harper, robbed a bank, stashed the money somewhere and made his ten your old son, John, and four year old daughter, Pearl, swear to never reveal the location They had to swear, swear, swear, swear And they did They promised never to tell their mom, Willa, neither And they didn t.The secret was not so safe It turned out to be a fateful pledge they made.The evilness of m Ohio river Somewhere in a valley along its shores, a young boy and his family lived happily ever after, until his dad, Ben Harper, robbed a bank, stashed the money somewhere and made his ten your old son, John, and four year old daughter, Pearl, swear to never reveal the location They had to swear, swear, swear, swear And they did They promised never to tell their mom, Willa, neither And they didn t.The secret was not so safe It turned out to be a fateful pledge they made.The evilnes...

  6. says:

    I loved this book as a child, and since I first got this as a gift years ago, and have reread many times.

  7. says:

    File this one under the heading of What is Possible is Scarier than What Isn t This book is perfect if you want to be truly frightened for Halloween, because I would much rather have a ghost in my house than have Preacher Harry Powell sleeping under my roof.The novel is set in West Virginia during the great depression Ten year old John Harper s father, Ben, commits a crime, steals several thousand dollars, and in the process kills two men Before he is hauled off by the lawmen who come for him File this one under the heading of What is Possible is Scarier than What Isn t...

  8. says:

    shoot shoot davis grubb kicked me not just once, but twice i yelled aloud with the tension that his book built up in me the first was a yelp of fear while the second was one of pure desperation the terrible production values of this edition notwithstanding i m really torn about saying that because i appreciate that blackmask has it in print but the minimal attention to make this bookreadable just hasn t been made a used copy would really be the way to go , this is a simply told ye shoot shoot davis grubb kicked me not just once, but twice i yelled aloud with the tension th...

  9. says:

    Well, what a great little book that I would never have picked up without Mike Sullivan s recommended read for moderator s choice for October in On the Southern Literary Trail group The dark days of the depression, a malevolent preacher who preys on widows for their money before he murders them, two small children trying...

  10. says:

    Some of the prose was admirable, but the child protagonist and his little sister got on my nerves almost immediately They didn t feel believable to me and I kept muttering things to myself like hey John boy, you might be eight, but blue people Come on, give me a break you must know what cops are Also, just move the damned money to a new hiding place without telling your sister Duh Problem solved And, man oh man, I hated that twirpy little sister so much that I found myself routing for Some of the prose was admirable, but the child protagonist and his little sister got on my nerves almost immediately They didn t feel believable to me and I kept muttering things to mys...

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