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3 edition of Deadly Diamonds found in the catalog.

Deadly Diamonds

Laurence Swinburne

Deadly Diamonds

by Laurence Swinburne

  • 222 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 9-12,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9440330M
    ISBN 100613761065
    ISBN 109780613761062

      Deadly Diamonds is an exciting, well-written, colorful, and thoroughly delightful gangster story, one fit to sit on a shelf between the works of Breslin and Puzo. COPYRIGHT ForeWord No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder. They must also pit themselves against the enslaved and deadly child-army in Sierra Leone, who smuggle these diamonds into the mainstream for cash to buy weapons and drugs. At great personal risk, Knight and Devlin struggle to find a solution that satisfies this disparate combination of characters and, hopefully, dampens the diamond : Oceanview Publishing.

    Buy The Deadly Diamonds by Laurence Swinburne, Irene Swinburne online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.   Deadly Diamonds starts with the arrival of a letter – a harbinger of doom – for Massoud Ansari, formerly dean and now professor at a midwestern law school that attracts trouble like a magnet attracts iron filings. The letter is from a rich foreign benefactor who withdraws his promise to the school of several million dollars.

    Deadly Diamonds is the first in a new mystery series by me, Pamela Troutman, and I think it's pretty good. It's about Len Townsend, a private eye who lives in steamy tropical Key Allegro, Texas. In my first book Len is intrigued by several messages left on his answering machine by a sexy young thing named Marilyn who sounds just like the famous. Directed by Walter Doniger. With Gene Barry, Kenneth Tobey, Allison Hayes, William Tannen. Bat's friend, Ellie Winters, is hired by promoters selling shares in their diamond mine. Although Ellie is convinced that the mine is legitimate, Bat investigates and discovers the owners are salting the mine with high-grade quartz.


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Deadly Diamonds held my attention from start to finish. This book's fascinating plot takes you from child slavery in the diamond mines of Sierra Leone to rival Boston gangs.

The writing is clear and crisp, and the storyline keeps you on the edge of your seat until the final chapter. Don't miss it. Patti Sheehy/5(56). Deadly diamonds is my 9th book that I have read from Goodreads.

This story has it all,mafia killings child enslavement,blood diamonds being smuggled out of Sierra Leone. Deadly diamonds is about a young man Kevin O`Bryne, the son of Boston Irish mob boss Frank O`Bryne, he steals Cadillac belonging to the Italian mafia gangster, and finds a dead /5.

'Deadly Diamonds' by Denise Rodgers drops you right into the action of a murder mystery. Not only are you given background as to main character Bella Blumer's long-time marriage turned sour by cheating husband, Robert, but you find yourself immersed in a world that revolves around Bella's jewelry business that she runs with her kids and sister/5.

Deadly Diamonds: A Stacy Justice Novella (A Stacy Justice Mystery Book) [Kindle Unlimited] — Barbra Annino (10 chapters) August 4, This is set between the first and second books, aas it were.

I have not read from this series in quite awhile, so reading this (and the Thor short stories before,) was a trip to the wonderful past/5. The movement of blood diamonds at enormous profit but Deadly Diamonds book human expense: Deadly Diamonds - Read book online Read online: Knight and Devlin have entered the world of “blood diamonds.”.

Deadly Diamonds: A Stacy Justice Novella (A Stacy Justice Mystery Book ) Kindle Edition by Barbra Annino (Author) › Visit Amazon's Barbra Annino Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(68).

Denise Rodgers is the author of Deadly Diamonds, the first of the Jeweltown Mystery book series. She is also the author of two books of poetry and has been anthologized in two Jack Prelutsky collections as well as countless magazine and textbooks for children.

The Jeweltown series is her foray into the adult mystery genre/5(31). Denise Rodgers is the author of Deadly Diamonds, the first of the Jeweltown Mystery book series. She is also the author of two books of poetry and has been anthologized in two Jack Prelutsky collections as well as countless magazine and textbooks for children/5(31).

The book "Blood Diamonds" written by Greg Campbell is a great book that really opens up your eyes to see what has been happening in Sierra Leone in the 90s and s. "Blood Diamonds" really shone light onto the issue bringing more awareness to it, just like the move did as-well/5.

A?well-crafted, descriptively written and fast-paced story of theft, intrigue and murder, interwoven throughout with humour, Deadly Diamonds will appeal to fans of John Wilson's former books – Badger,?Boomer and?Bathroom Bob and Death by Duck – and Richard Wilson's former books – American?Redemption and The Hardtack?Diary – and is a.

Blood Diamonds: Tracing the Deadly Path of the World's Most Precious Stones by Greg Campbell and a great selection of related books, art and. Editorial Reviews “Deadly Diamonds takes you from mob strongholds in Boston to the diamond pits of Sierra Leone, in a plot twisty enough to leave skid marks on the page.A great read!” — Lisa Scottoline, New York Times best-selling author of Keep Quiet “Dobbyn manages to tie the two story lines together in a secure knot in this fiercely violent story that Brand: Oceanview Publishing.

Get this from a library. Deadly diamonds: a novel. [John F Dobbyn] -- What do Boston, Dublin, and Sierra Leone have in common. The movement of blood diamonds at enormous profit but grave human expense: mafia killings in Boston and Ireland and child enslavement and.

A well-crafted, descriptively written and fast-paced story of theft, intrigue and murder, interwoven throughout with humour, Deadly Diamonds will appeal to fans of John Wilson’s former books, Badger, Boomer and Bathroom Bob and Death by Duck, and Richard Wilson’s former books, American Redemption and The Hardtack Diary, and is a must-read.

The West African diamond mining industry makes a good setting for this adventure mystery. Nigel Ballantyne works for the diamond mining company, WADMINCO.  His job is to stop the rampant illegal digging of diamonds which goes on in the WADMINCO lease area.

 But he finds this is. Deadly Diamonds by Pamela Troutman. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store Check Availability at Nearby Stores In continuing the Diamond series this book centers mostly on the Quickview.

Diamonds Through and Through. Diamonds Through and Through. In continuing the Diamond Author: Pamela Troutman. Pursuit of the Deadly Diamonds book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(13). John’s wife, Lois, is an integral part of his career.

She has orchestrated his publicity for DEADLY DIAMONDS with “a furious pace” of book signings and speaking engagements. She also shares in the research and her particular niche is providing the titles for the Michael Knight/Lex Devlin books. Deadly Diamonds: Reluctant Witch Novella. Now, without a book contract, she’s back at her family restaurant in a one-stoplight town and she’s convinced things couldn’t possibly get worse.

That feeling only lasts until her first shift, when on a trip to the storage building behind the restaurant, she literally trips over a body. Deadly Diamonds Book Summary and Study Guide.

Pamela Troutman Booklist Pamela Troutman Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Deadly Diamonds; Private Investigator Leonard Townsend is based in the coastal town of Rockport, Texas, and is used to dealing with local problems such as trailing wayward spouses or locating missing pets.

When. "Deadly Diamonds takes you from mob strongholds in Boston to the diamond pits of Sierra Leone, in a plot twisty enough to leave skid marks on the page.

A great read!" —Lisa Scottoline, New York Times Best-Selling Author of Don't Go and Accused.Directed by Thomas Atcheson. With Dan Haggerty, Troy Donahue, Eli Rich, Kathleen Kane.

A mob messenger and a call girl attempt to steal, and get away, from mobsters with a million dollars worth of stolen diamonds. Deadly Diamonds is an exciting, well-written, colorful, and thoroughly delightful gangster story, one fit to sit on a shelf between the works of Breslin and Puzo.

Reviewed by Mark McLaughlin Fall /5.