Published August 1998
by Serpent"s Tail .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Buy a cheap copy of Nick's Trip book by George Pelecanos. An old high-school friend drags Nick Stefanos into a complex and deadly conspiracy involving drugs, theft, intrigue, and murder. Free shipping over $/5(5). At a concert in Wellington, New Zealand, Buckingham tried to trip Nicks onstage and began imitating her moves. While Nicks was singing “Rhiannon,” the . The Paperback of the Nick's Trip (Nick Stefanos Series #2) by George Pelecanos at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help3/5(6). : NICK'S TRIP.: First edition. Author's second book. Fine in dust jacket. Two cases for D.C. Nick Stefanos - Former friend, Billy, stops into Nick Stefanos bar and announces that his wife is missing, as is $, that belongs to a numbers runner. After locating the missing wife, the father of the numbers runner gives Nick a lead that reopens the murder of his reporter friend.
Nick's Trip (Book): Pelecanos, George P.: "Nick Stefanos has given up his job in sales to tend bar at the Spot, where drinks and women are both a bit too easily available, and the routine is starting to feel as dead-end as his last gig. But things are about to change. First, his high-school friend Billy Goodrich asks him to find his wife April, who he says left him for small-time crime boss. Nick Miller has come a long way from his first novel, Z Is For Zombie, which had the word "rhythm" spelled incorrectly 38 different times. He is finally starting to find his voice as an author. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Best part of story, including ending: Nick's Trip is one of George Pelecanos' earliest novels and for me personally, one of his best. Pelecanos' trademark style – natural, flowing dialogue and plenty of atmospheric details concerning music, cars, booze, and Washington, D.C. – is already in evidence in this book, the second starring private investigator Nick Stefanos.
: Nick's Trip: pp. Second printing. Very light bumping to the base of the spine. The jacket is slightly scuffed at the head of the spine, and has two 1/2" closed tears on the rear panel, on at each of the upper and lower edges. The author's second, scarce, Nick Stefanos novel. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall/5(K). Get this from a library! Nick's trip. [George P Pelecanos] -- Part-time PI Nick Stefanos doesn't tail wives anymore. But when a childhood friend steps into Nick's bar after 15 years and asks for help locating his wife April, he feels obliged to do some digging. Two cases for D.C. shamus Nick Stefanos, who's left his job at Nutty Nathan's (A Firing Offense, ) to patrol the bar at the , his high-school friend Billy Goodrich walks in and asks him to find his wife April, who he says skedaddled with small-time crime boss Joey : George Pelecanos. Nick's trip is a well written but structurally flawed piece of work. Mr. Pelecanos has a real gift for creating characters and displays it well here. My only gripe is that he fails in trying to keep 3 story lines going simultaneously. Instead of each story successfully reflecting and adding to the others to build a stronger whole, the book /5(31).