Chase left home at the age of In , Chase married Sylvia Ray, and they had a son. In , they moved to France. Chase eventually died there on 6 February
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Start your review of You Must Be Kidding Write a review Apr 25, Paul Lothane rated it really liked it This is the story of a crazed, vicious killer who not only stabs his victims remorselessly, but also proceeds to dismember and mutilate them. He is a painter of sorts and gloatingly puts on canvas the horrific things he has done. His late father had an inkling into his character early on: "Crispin is not as other men".
And his paintings hint at this: "A red blood moon! A black sky! An orange beach". Oh how his victims suffer, when they catch glimpse of the real Crispin: "She stared with horror This is the story of a crazed, vicious killer who not only stabs his victims remorselessly, but also proceeds to dismember and mutilate them.
Oh how his victims suffer, when they catch glimpse of the real Crispin: "She stared with horror his face, the face of a savage, terrifying demon" Of course the story also involves Tom Lepski the sharp, hard as nails cop who finally unearths the mad killer - but not until four lives have been horrifically snuffed out There are four proprietors of coats with golf ball catches living in the city.
In any case, exactly when Lepski is certain he has The main piece of information that could prompt the capture of a desperate executioner is a golf ball catch, torn from the coat the executioner was wearing, and found alongside the horrifyingly ruined body of a youthful hooker.
Eyes like cloudy opals and as expressionless Oct 16, Athul Raj rated it really liked it AN average or slightly above thriller. The climax is very exciting and racy.
You Must Be Kidding
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James Hadley Chase