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  • Title: O Livreiro
  • Author: Mark Pryor
  • ISBN: 9789897240621
  • Page: 204
  • Format: Capa mole

  • O Livreiro By Mark Pryor Um livro raro Um sobrevivente do Holocausto Uma hist ria perfeita para todos os que gostam de livros.Neste romance de ritmo acelerado e empolgante que prender os leitores da primeira ltima p gina , encontramos a hist ria de um terr vel segredo escondido durante d cadas nas p ginas de um livro h muito desaparecido Hugo Marston decide comprar um livro raro ao seu amUm livro raro Um sobrevivente do Holocausto Uma hist ria perfeita para todos os que gostam de livros.Neste romance de ritmo acelerado e empolgante que prender os leitores da primeira ltima p gina , encontramos a hist ria de um terr vel segredo escondido durante d cadas nas p ginas de um livro h muito desaparecido Hugo Marston decide comprar um livro raro ao seu amigo Max, o idoso propriet rio de uma banca de obras antigas Poucos minutos depois, Max raptado Vivamente surpreendido com o ato, Marston, chefe de seguran a da embaixada americana em Paris, nada consegue fazer para impedir o raptor Marston inicia ent o uma investiga o destinada a encontrar o livreiro, recrutando a ajuda do seu amigo Tom, um agente da CIA A busca de Hugo revela que Max , afinal, um sobrevivente do Holocausto que mais tarde se converteu num ca ador de nazis Estar o rapto ligado ao sombrio passado de Max ou aos misteriosos livros raros que vendia
    Mark Pryor
    Mark Pryor is a former newspaper reporter from England, and now an assistant district attorney with the Travis County District Attorney s Office, in Austin, Texas He is the creator of the nationally recognized true crime blog D.A Confidential He has appeared on CBS News s 48 Hours and Discovery Channel s Discovery ID Cold BloodE BOOKSELLER was his first mystery novel and upon release was Library Journal s Debut of the Month with a starred review RT Book Reviews called it a fantastic debut and gave it 4 and 1 2 stars, and Oprah listed it as an unputdownable mystery His second in the Hugo Marston mystery series, THE CRYPT THIEF, was released in May of 2013 and reviewers said G ood character development, increasing levels of action and suspense, a complex and deranged antagonist, and once again appealing Paris settings The Hugo Marston series now belongs on every espionage fan s watch list Booklist Haunting imagery in P re La Chaise cemetery sets the stage for Pryor s chilling sopho entry, and the City of Light becomes a backdrop for Marston s adventures The clever antagonist leads him on a merry chase that will keep the reader entertained throughout RT Book Reviews Two young lovers make the fatal mistake of sneaking into Paris s P re Lachaise Cemetery the same night as a bone stealing psychopath in Pryor s propulsive second novel starring affable former FBI profiler Hugo Marston The engaging characters sweep readers into a suspenseful chase from Pigalle to the Pyren es Publishers WeeklyThe third Hugo Marston novel, THE BLOOD PROMISE, was released in January 2014 It may be his best yet Mark Pryor is one of the smartest new writers on the block His new novel is a doozy Philip Kerr, author of A Man Without Breath, a Bernie Gunther novel Pryor seems to have hit his stride in this series, as he adroitly juxtaposes the light banter between Marston and Green with some scenes of intense emotion And, all the while, the suspense ramps up Top notch mystery in a skillfully delineated Parisian setting BooklistMark is also the author of the true crime book, AS SHE LAY SLEEPING, which is the account of a cold murder case he prosecuted Published in January 2013, Publisher s Weekly gave it a starred review and called it compelling and riveting.

    O Livreiro By Mark Pryor

    Commentaires:

    Lyubov
    3 4 , 4 , 3.5 GoodReads , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

    Pamela
    When reading and reviewing a debut novel, I do so with leniency and excitement Leniency in reviewing, knowing the painstaking hard work and headaches that goes with the territory of breaking into the mysterious world of becoming a published author And excitement in discovering a new author whose charters, plots, and storylines are so intriguing one can t wait for future sequels Pryor s novel, The Bookseller, needs no leniency in reviewing, as it reads as if penned by a longstanding seasoned, bes [...]

    BAM The Bibliomaniac
    Maybe A 3.5 I can t decide There is a great rapport between the two sleuths and a needed lady punch as well as a not well guessed unveiling But there is investigation than action and I m a fan of action I love that sort of depiction But I was drawn by the aspect of this French phenomenon of the bouqiniste I ve never heard of this and now I must go to Paris on vacation just to purchase books no other reason haha

    Isaura Pereira
    Este livro foi uma simp tica e bonita oferta da minha amiga Cl udia, do Encruzilhadas Liter rias A Cl udia sabendo o meu gosto por livros que falem sobre livros achou que este livro me iria agradar E, surpreendentemente, agradou, mas j l vamos Para j queria agradecer Cl udia este novo amigo Parti para esta leitura sem conhecer nada da hist ria, nem do que se tratava E fiquei com a ideia que se iria tratar de um livro sobre o Holocausto, muito pertinente para o Leituras do Holocausto Mas n o foi [...]

    Steven Z.
    I have always been attracted to any mystery that has books in their title, or involved a plot centered on some aspect of dealing with books When I learned of Mark Pryor s novel, THE BOOKSELLER I was extremely curious With a former FBI profiler named Hugo Marston working as the head of security at the American embassy in Paris, Pryor has created a strong character and a wonderful story line in his first novel From the outset, when a Parisian bookseller, named Max Koche is abducted from his kiosk [...]

    Claudia
    Iniciei a leitura deste livro com grande entusiasmo, ultimamente tenho andado com vontade de ler policiais, talvez porque o cinzento deste Inverno que parece nunca mais terminar sim eu sei que a Primavera j chegou mas n o parece, pelo menos aqui por bidos e um bom policial faz nos esquecer o Ver o que ainda tarda e enrolamos nos com mais vontade no sof Posto isto aqui vai a minha opini o Mark Pryor tem uma escrita bastante flu da os personagens s o bem estruturados especialmente o velho Max apes [...]

    Steph (loves water)
    It wash I kept it on the to read list because I love books about books I was kind of hoping for another Shadow of the Wind, but that is shooting far too high This first time offering by Mark Pryor was just OK Typos annoy me, so deduct one star for that Also it was a bit farfetched, with two has been Feds chasing down a drug kingpin Tuxedos and cowboy boots Seriously I think I ll give the rest of the series a pass.

    Eric_W
    Fine read Hugo Marston is an ex FBI agent, now living in Paris as chief of security for the U.S Embassy Recently divorced from his second wife his first wife was killed in a car crash he shared a love of rare books with her and had developed a friendship with Max, owner of one of the bouquiniste, along the Seine He returns one afternoon after having bought a couple of first editions and witnesses Max being forced, at the point of a gun, on the a boat When interviewed by the police, some of the b [...]

    Kathy
    When I read the back blurb of The Bookseller and the description of the main character, Hugo Marston, as head of security at the US embassy in Paris, I feared the book might be an espionage action book I m not particularly fond of that type of book However, the additional statements about disappearing booksellers and WWII Nazi collaboration connections peaked my interest I m so glad that they did This debut book by Mark Pryor is a well honed mystery story with multiple layers of intrigue Althoug [...]

    Jamie Mason
    Some things never go out of fashion You ve got martinis, little black dresses, Paris or solidly plotted, old school, murder mysteries set in Paris, for that matter Author, Mark Pryor, has struck a sweet spot in the genre achieved a black tie comfort food, if you will, with the first Hugo Martson novel,THE BOOKSELLER This whodunit and whydunit is staple locale mystery fare and all the expected boxes are ticked, but with one of those really smooth, gel ink, fancypants pens.Hugo Marston is our hub [...]

    Sara
    This series is addictive The Paris setting is unsentimentally handled, characters are engaging, you want I read this after reading The Paris Librarian which I liked a bit But the bouquiniste angle really pulled me into this, plus it was fun finding out about Claudia

    Marilyn
    Maybe of a 3.5 It all comes together in the end as they always do, just not quite like other good mysteries I have read There were interesting antidotes on books As much as Hugo said he loved to read, his role in the story did not feature that For now will not continue on with the series A good book if you know Paris well, many famous streets mentioned in the action scenes and Hugo s walks.

    Maddy
    PROTAGONIST Hugo Marston, head of security for US EmbassySETTING ParisSERIES 1 of 1RATING 4.25Texan Hugo Marston is the head of security at the US Embassy in Paris One of his passions is book collecting, and he indulges himself in buying some first editions from his friend Max, an elderly bookstall owner Max is one of a number of booksellers who have shops along the Seine The government controls the allocation of those shops, and they are often occupied for many years by the same individual Shor [...]

    Maria João Fernandes
    N o me lembro da ltima vez que dei tanto tempo a ler um livro, mas confesso que a culpa minha e n o do autor ou da sua hist ria Ali s, o facto de ter lido o livro aos bocadinhos, com longos intervalos, demonstra como a hist ria interessante, pois se n o fosse, ao retomar a leitura j teria esquecido tudo o que tinha lido anteriormente Esta uma hist ria que inclu v rios temas livros, livreiros, coleccionadores, holocausto e tr fico de droga Na forma como eles se relacionam onde est toda a narrativ [...]

    Judith
    I love books that won t let me put them down and The Bookseller is definitely one of these books From the first page, main character Hugo Marston had me captivated Great supporting characters and a smooth plot A murder mystery thriller,this book has it all Lots of suspense and plot twists, it keeps you turning the pages until the end Looking forward to the next two Hugo books and hoping for many Thank you, Mark Pryor, for an excellent read

    Angelique Simonsen
    as always mark pryor delivers

    Ana Rodrigues
    Um livro raro Um sobrevivente do Holocausto Uma hist ria perfeita para todos os que gostam de livros Pensei que fosse um livro sobre o Holocausto, mas n o, o que me desiludiu um pouco.Por m, conta algumas curiosidades acerca dos livros, ou melhor, coisas que faziam aos livros dessa poca, que eu desconhecia.

    Stephen Mettee
    Good book Not breathtaking in any way I would have liked to care for the characters I started reading it just before I went to Paris where it takes place The author gives you a good feeling for the City of Love Some say the City of Light, but they haven t been there with the lovely Julie often naming a street he s on or an area he s visiting Best if you can read this in Paris.

    Janice
    This is a great start to a series, set in Paris, and with a main character who is the head of security at the U.S Embassy there Good character development, and an intriguing story make me anxious to continue this series.

    Kalyne
    One of the best detective novels I have come across in the past couple of years This was engaging from the first to the last page, I will definitely be continuing on with this series

    Elizabeth Sulzby
    I first read the most recent of the Hugo Marston series, The Sorbonne Affair I enjoyed the bits and pieces Paris references, books and history, small villages and relationships funeral of formerly well known actress references to class and acquired style Texan Marston with a daughter of a titled Frenchman Marston as a former FBI profiler turned U.S Embassy security I kept having to remind myself that Hugo Marston and his buds are living in current times the book often seemed of a 50 ish book.Th [...]

    Paul
    This is the first in a series of Hugo Marston novels I read The Bookseller after enjoying a prequel written long after this book Marston is a former FBI profiler and head of security at the American embassy in Paris.The title character is an older bookseller with an outdoor stall He is kidnapped in front of Marston and Marston is frustrated in his search for the man by local police and jurisdictional politics Eventually he finds cooperation as well as help from a small team of allies.Characters [...]

    Traci
    Any book well, mostly any book not Burnable Book about books is an eye catcher This was such an original story line I enjoyed the characters Tom was a favorite , the setting, and the pace I want to go to Paris now and meet a bookseller Pryor did a great job throwing in a few red herrings or maybe Barney s to keep you wondering who was behind everything He had a few good twists in the story line that surprised me but I did think the ending was a little anticlimactic Nevertheless, a great read On [...]

    Donna
    Very good first book in the Hugo Marsten series.I thought the characters were well developed, and the book well paced.I will definitely read the next in the series.

    I love books
    Hugo Marston, capo della sicurezza presso l ambasciata statunitense a Parigi, un texano irriducibile, abituato agli spazi ampi della sua terra natia e incapace di godersi il periodo di ferie che l ambasciatore gli ha imposto oltre a svolgere lavoro arretrato, Hugo riempie le sue giornate girando per le strade di Parigi e facendo visita al suo vecchio amico Max, uno dei bouquiniste che lavorano lungo le principali vie della citt e che molto spesso nascondono tra i libri in vendita alcuni tesori H [...]

    Lelia Taylor
    The BooksellerMark PryorSeventh Street Books, October 2012ISBN 978 1 61614 708 2Trade Paperback From the publisher Who is killing the celebrated bouquinistes of Paris Max an elderly Paris bookstall owner is abducted at gunpoint His friend, Hugo Marston, head of security at the US embassy, looks on helplessly, powerless to do anything to stop the kidnapper.Marston launches a search, enlisting the help of semiretired CIA agent Tom Green Their investigation reveals that Max was a Holocaust survivor [...]

    Verushka
    What is this about A thoroughly enjoyable action thriller set in Paris, involving books, Nazis and Nazi hunters.What else is this about This is an introduction to Hugo Marston, the central character in a series by author Marky Pryor He s the chief of security at the US Embassy in Paris, be still my heart.Paris Books and murder mystery that right there are three of my favourite things and since finding out about the Hugo Marston series and recommending The Paris Librarian, I had to find out .This [...]

    Tempo de Ler
    Desde crian a que Hugo gostava de livros, mas agora come avam a dar lhe dores de cabe a Hugo Marston o chefe de seguran a da embaixada americana em Paris Algum tempo depois de Hugo comprar dois livros ao seu amigo bouquiniste Max este raptado mesmo sua frente Depois de fracassar na tentativa de impedir o rapto, a frustra o de Hugo aumenta quando a pol cia se recusa a seguir com a investiga o Decidido a apurar ele pr prio o que ter acontecido a Max, Hugo arrasta amigo Tom Green, agende da CIA, pa [...]

    Kristen
    I was a bit hesitant about this, as I have pretty much crossed anything with Nazis in it off my list, because I feel like I have been beyond saturated where that plot device is concerned However, this had several other things that I normally enjoy so I figured I would give it a try Unfortunately, it did not work for me and I did not finish this book.I feel I should first note that I listened to this in audiobook format, and the narrator s voice just did not fit with who my mind told me Hugo as a [...]

    Maria
    First, this book will enchant you with its charm and wit The descriptions of Paris and its bouquinistes sidewalk booksellers are beautifully written and instantly transport you to a book lover s dream Then, once it has lured you into a sense of safety and croissant loving romance, the storyline twists you into a dramatic knot with a cold blooded murder and mystery Finally, after all has been said and done and figured out, this great work will leave you satisfied and fulfilled with an authentic s [...]

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