9.James Hadley Chase - Free
James Hadley Chase wrote over eighty sexy and violent crime novels during his long career which ended with his death on 6 February 1985, but it's interesting ...
10.Translating the transition: the translator-detective in Post-Soviet fiction
away success of detective fiction, as well as that of romance novels and action thrillers ... sational crime fiction James Hadley Chase – had [. . .] begun to edge ...
11.Copyrighted material – 978–1–137–00503–8 ... - Palgrave
was born with such novels as When Dames Get Tough, inspired by the unabashed fare from the British James Hadley Chase and the. American James M. Cain.
12.Contents - Palgrave
James Hadley Chase. 144 .... work of political or philosophical importance but in a romantic novel, ... Indeed when he had finished a novel he used to seem ...
13.Number Magic in Nigeria
like their down-market counterparts reading James Hadley Chase and. Mills and Boon, do not seem to favor Nigerian novelists. Reflexivity in surveys is possible.
14.Creativity and the “B” Feature: Terence Fisher's Crime Films
writer James Hadley Chase by the American screenwriter Frederick. Knott, was much more .... Mantrap was also adapted from an Elleston Trevor novel, but ...
15.Status Competition and the Development of an American ... - Igitur
All these are, however, central to James Hadley Chase's novel No. Orchids for Miss Blandish, about an American type of detective, published in 1939. In this ...
STATUS COMPETITION & DEVELOPMENT USA HABITUS
16.CASE 13 - UCL Department of Psychology
Novels. 244. One fat Englishman. K.Amis. Le Grand Meaulnes. Alain-Fournie. (x2 ). Mine own executioner. .... James Hadley Chase. 249. The arrow of gold.