Mike Hammer hits his 75th anniversary hard, after the disappearance of Velda, in this brand new case between Kiss Me, Deadly and The Girl Hunters, based on an unproduced screenplay from Mickey Spillane’s archives.
Mike Hammer is on the case, this time hunting the murderer of his old friend and bootlegger-turned-legit-businessman Edward G. Robinson. Already torn up by the disappearance of Velda, his beloved secretary, Mike Hammer carves a brutal path for vengeance. Drinking heavily, his relationships fraying, his behaviour self-desctructive, Hammer has to track down Robinson’s black book, with the names of every corrupt official in town. With deception everywhere, and a whole host of reasons to want the ledger, Hammer has to pull himself together and solve the case before all hell breaks loose.
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of Mike Hammer, and including five brand new short stories, read the lost story of Velda's disappearance after Kiss Me, Deadly. A thrilling ride for fans new and old.
“It’s the real deal, folks: primo, primal detective fiction.” – Mystery Scene Magazine
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With Mickey Spillane:
Dead Street | The Consummata | The Last Stand | The Shrinking Island | The Menace
The Legend of Caleb York | The Big Showdown | The Bloody Spur | Last Stage to Hell Junction | Hot Lead, Cold Justice | Shoot-Out at Sugar Creek
Mike Hammer Novels:
The Goliath Bone | The Big Bang | Kiss Her Goodbye | Lady, Go Die! | Complex 90 | King of the Weeds | Kill Me, Darling | Murder Never Knocks | The Will to Kill | Killing Town | Murder, My Love | Masquerade for Murder | Kill Me If You Can | Dig Two Graves
Mike Hammer Audio Theatre:
The Little Death | Encore for Murder
Comics and Graphic Novels:
Mickey Spillane’s From the Files of...Mike Hammer: The Complete Dailies and Sundays | Mickey Spllane’s Mike Hammer: The Night I Died
So Long, Chief | It's in the Book | A Dangerous Cat | A Long Time Dead: A Mike Hammer Casebook | The Punk | The Big Run | Primal Spillane | Tonight, My Love | Stand Up and Die!
Critical & Biographical:
Mickey Spillane on Screen | Spillane: King of Pulp Fiction