5 edition of The man who liked slow tomatoes found in the catalog.
The man who liked slow tomatoes
K. C. Constantine
|LC Classifications||PS3553.O524 M3 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||82016589|
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The fiercely unpretentious Mario Balzic, always in absolute command, discovers that tomatoes curiously ripe out of season are the key to the mysterious death of Jimmy RomanelliReviews: 5. K.C. Constantine has 24 books on Goodreads with ratings.
K.C. Constantine’s most popular book is Man Who Liked Slow Tomatoes (Mario Balzic Detective. Get this from a library. The man who liked slow tomatoes. [K C Constantine] -- Police Chief Mario Balzic solves the murder of tomato grower, Jimmy Romanelli. THE MAN WHO LIKED SLOW TOMATOES. K.C. Constantine.
Novel. Pennsylvania police chief Mario Balzic finds himself caught up in both union contract negotiations and a web of lies and deception. The chaos starts with a simple sale between Jimmy Romanelli and the bartender at Muscotti's Bar, and ends with multiple deaths and missing persons.
K.C. Constantine’s Mario Balzic is one of those police chiefs so close to his people that nothing moves or even sits still in his town without his knowing how and why.
His town is Rocksburg, a small coal mining town in western Pennsylvania where most of the coal has run out. In this, his fifth [ ]. Buy Man Who Liked Slow Tomatoes (Paperback) at capitolchamberartists.com For writing, this book is a 5, but for story, for me it's a 4.
The story is good but starts slowly. That gave me time to savor the writing, and for inspiring writers, this book is terrific learning material. Balzic is a police chief in a Pennsylvania mining town where the mine has 4/5(4). Buy a cheap copy of The Man Who Liked Slow Tomatoes book by K.C.
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Balzic an American enigma author. Mario Balzic a proud from origin Italian constabulary head in Rocksburg, a coal-mining town in Pennsylvania will work out a offense, which is non even there at the beginning.
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Hardcover. Fine book club edition of this Mario Balzic murder mystery novel. SIGNED by the author and uncommon thus. Comes in a fine unclipped dustwrapper that clearly states Book Club Edition.
Fine / fine. Item # Price: $ There's always a hint of pride in Constantine's unsentimental view of the small-city urban survivors he writes about. He knows this world like the back of his hand. What makes Constantine's novels so stunning is the way he makes the reader breathe in this world.
'The Man Who Liked Slow Tomatoes' is perhaps his hallmark book.4/5(3). The Man Who Liked To Look at Himself is a crime novel by the American writer K. Constantine set in s Rocksburg, a fictional, blue-collar, Rustbelt town in Western Pennsylvania (modeled on the author's hometown of McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania, adjacent to Pittsburgh).Author: K.
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Oct 08, · As I said earlier, the story itself is not a complex, convoluted one, and for some readers will prove to be thoroughly predictable. Despite that, and because of strong characterizations achieved primarily through a masterly use of dialogue, The Man Who Liked Slow Tomatoes should appeal to the men and women who like fast compelling reads.
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