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Written out  Cover Image Book Book

Written out

Mittelmark, Howard (author.).

Summary: "Roger Olivetti has it made: a comfortable and rewarding career as an editor, a brownstone in downtown Manhattan, and a lovely, bestselling novelist wife. Then the bottom falls out of the publishing industry and his marriage simultaneously, and Roger ends up living in the basement of his mother's house in the Long Island town where he grew up. While planning his comeback, he falls in with people he once knew, or thought he did, and soon finds himself with an unwelcome new career as a suburban hit man, scrambling to stay a step ahead of the local Mafia - and his mother's book club, as they slowly puzzle out the identity of the killer. Written Out is fast-paced and funny suburban noir, Fargo on Long Island, a darkly comic tale of social mobility, self-publishing, and murder"--

Item details

  • ISBN: 9781579625726
  • ISBN: 157962572X
  • Physical Description: print
    226 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Sag Harbor, NY : The Permanent Press, [2019]
Subject: Editors Fiction
Women novelists Fiction
Assassins Drama
Mothers and sons Fiction
Murder Fiction
Book clubs (Discussion groups) Fiction
Long Island (N.Y.) Fiction
Genre: Fiction.
Noir fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
Noir fiction.

Currently available copies

  • 3 / 3 copies available at PINES

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  • 0 current holds on 3 total copies.
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Library System: Library Branch Name
Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status  
Athens Regional Library System:
      Athens-Clarke County Library
MYS MITTELMA
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31001003874691 FICTION Available
Clayton County Library System:
      Headquarters Library
AM MITTELMARK, HOWARD
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31012005580111 MYSTERY Available
Middle Georgia Regional Library:
      Shurling Branch Library
M MITTELMARK H
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31033011380734 Adult Fiction Available

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