6 edition of Saint Mudd found in the catalog.
by Birchwood Page Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Sep 14, · Saint Mudd: A Novel of Gangsters and Saints [Steve Thayer] on thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A classic gangster novel. Saint Mudd is the haunting story of a dying columnist for a dying newspaper in city wallowing in the Great Depression.
Paul during the s is home to gangsters like John Dillinger/5(30). Unfortunately, I don't believe Thayer has published in years. "Saint Mudd", his first book, originally published in is the life & times of one Grover Mudd, a mustard gassed World War One ex-marine writing a muck-raking column in 's St.
Paul, Minnesota a "haven for criminals and a citadel for crime"/5. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Saint Mudd: A Novel of Gangsters and Saints at thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
Editorial Reviews. Enriched since `wealth' follows by a wealth of historic detail and some evocative writing, this first novel (Thayer self-published an earlier version in ) brings to life the uncommon setting of '30s St. Paul, Minn., a safe haven for pimps, gamblers, bootleggers, dope smugglers and bloodthirsty gangsters of every stripe.2/5(1).
May 01, · Buy a cheap copy of Saint Mudd book by Steve Thayer. A classic gangster novel. Saint Mudd is the haunting story of a dying columnist for a dying newspaper in city wallowing in the Great Depression.
Paul during the Free shipping over $/5(5). After 40 publisher rejections, Saint Mudd book took matters into his own hands and published it himself, selling Saint Mudd out of his car trunk at the Twin Cities parking lot where he worked.
Some four years—and 10, copies—later, Viking bought the book and will issue it now for national distribution. Good for them. Saint Mudd: 2a Novel of Gangsters and Saints Steve Thayer Buy this book protagonist Grover Mudd assails his city's cops, politicians and criminals--all of the forces that have brought on.
A reporter in St. Paul, Minn., in the s mounts a front page campaign against gangsters and crooked politicians in this engrossing first novel. (Feb.). Get this from a library. Saint Mudd: a novel of gangsters and saints. [Steve Thayer] -- Saint Mudd is the story of a columnist for a newspaper in Saint Paul during the Great Depression.
Paul during the s is home to gangsters like John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, and Ma Barker's. Mudd Club Book. K likes. A memoir and personal account of my nearly two years working the Mudd Club door.
Somehow I survived. That's the short of it, the book is the rest.5/5(2). All criminals are welcome. The cops and administration are corrupt, and Grover Mudd tries to keep the forces of evil at bay with his column. Mudd is not an angel, nor really a saint. He moves through the story illuminating the history and mores of St Paul in the early s.
The book is about gangsters and whores and the average people of the city. Get this from a library. Saint Mudd: a novel of gangsters and saints. [Steve Thayer] -- Grover Mudd, a hard-drinking, suicidally idealistic news reporter, crusades against a cast of characters that includes molls, madams, crooked cops, dirty politicians, and gangsters in St.
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Steve Thayer (b. March 23, in Saint Paul, Minnesota) is an author whose work has been on The New York Times Best Seller thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com birth date is March 23, Thayer was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and currently resides in Edina, Minnesota.
Thayer graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in His books are classified as suspense thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com: March 23, (age 66), thuoctrigiatruyenbaphuong.com.
His first book, published inis titled Saint Mudd. His second book and a national best seller, The Weatherman was published first in Hardcover in and then paperback in Silent Snow followed to rave reviews as well. Steve always thoroughly researches his novels.
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Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Saint Mudd is the haunting story of a dying columnist for a dying newspaper in city wallowing in the Great Depression.
Paul during the s is home to gangsters like John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, and Ma Barker s boys thriving on a booming economy of prostitution, kidnapping, and robbery. Samuel Mudd's name is sometimes given as the origin of the phrase "your name is mud," as in, for example, the feature film National Treasure: Book of Secrets.
However, according to an online etymology dictionary, the phrase has its earliest known recorded instance inten years before Mudd's birth, and it is based on an obsolete sense Born: Samuel Alexander Mudd, December 20. SAINT MUDD by James Thayer - SIGNED FIRST EDITION BOOK See all titles by James Thayer.
A classic gangster novel. Saint Mudd is the haunting story of a dying columnist for a dying newspaper in city wallowing in the Great Depression.Steve Thayer had to publish the book himself after being rejected by more than 40 publishers. But the cycle has at last come ‘round; Viking has decided to publish “Saint Mudd” as a brand-new book.
What hadn’t they seen in it before? Quite a lot. The book is a historical novel, beginning in the autumn of and ending a year later.Minnesota author.
Saint Mudd by Steve Thayer. Set in St Paul MN when the gangsters ruled the town. READ HIS BOOKS - they are fabulous. Sequel of sorts to this book is Silent Snow. My favorite book ever.