9 edition of The ice harvest found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3566.H515 I25 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||217 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||00105770|
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A nasty, The ice harvest book little Christmas noir, THE ICE HARVEST is in the rich vein of Charles Willeford and Harry Crews.
The ice harvest book Charlie Arglist is a corrpt attorney who's embezzled a satchel of money from his employer and plans to skip town on Christmas Eve.
Of course, things don't call as planned, and unravel fast/5. Scott Phillips is the national bestselling author of The Walkaway and Cottonwood. His debut novel, The ice harvest book Ice Harvest, was a finalist for the Hammett Prize, The Edgar Award, and the Anthony Award.
He was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, and lived for many years in France. He now lives with his wife and daughter in St. Louis, : Random House Publishing Group.
Scott The ice harvest book is the author of the national bestseller The Ice Harvest, which was a finalist for the Hammett Prize, the Edgar Award, and the Anthony Award, as The ice harvest book as a New York Times Notable Book.
He was born and. For all that it involves organized crime, naked women, grumpy bouncers, a serious snowstorm, and a hero with a profound drinking pattern, The Ice Harvest is a quiet little book--noir-ish, certainly, but never to excess.
As the novel traces Charlie Arglist's trail around his small Kansas hometown on Christmas Eve,the lawyer's literal footprints are clear enough, given the 4/5(40). Set in the middle of a Christmas Eve blizzard in Wichita, the novel opens with lawyer-turned-petty-mobster Charlie Arglist marking time before.
The ice harvest book THE ICE HARVEST is Scott Phillips's first novel; he is reportedly working on another, and I'm impatient for it already on the strength of the first one. There are authors good authors, mind you who have yet to write a book as good as this one. They'll be reading THE ICE HARVEST a couple of times too, trying to figure.
Among the recommendations from book critic Maureen Corrigan: the novels The Ice Harvest by Scott Phillips and The History of Love by Nicole Krauss.
Four Favorite Books for Gifts — or Oneself Listen. Directed by Harold Ramis. With John Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton, Connie Nielsen, Lara Phillips. A shady lawyer attempts a Christmas Eve crime, hoping to swindle the local mob out of some money.
But his partner, a strip club owner, might have different plans for the cash/10(K). "The Ice Harvest" is a short, sharp shocker. The ice harvest book set in the worst year of the worst decade in recent American history, and is wonderfully satirical in its tour of the sleazy stripper-and-porn underbelly of midwestern America.5/5(5).
The Ice Harvest is a dark comedy from director Harold Ramis. This Christmas tale follows a slick, self-hating mob lawyers who pulls off a daring heist from his bosses, but has trouble getting out 47%. Charlie Arglist is a man of many talents. He used to practice law. He can still duck a speeding ticket without half trying.
The ice harvest book has an eye for the ladies, and for strippers who don’t pretend to be ladies. And he runs the odd errand for Vic Cavanaugh, who’s been cooking the books on the operations he shares with Bill Gerard. The Ice Harvest is a American black comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and written by Richard Russo and Robert Benton, based on the novel of the same name by Scott stars John Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton, and Connie Nielsen, with Randy Quaid and Oliver Platt in supporting roles.
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The Ice Harvest (Hardcover) Published October by Dennis McMillan Publications Special Edition: Author's Presentation Copy, Hardcover, pagesAuthor: Scott Phillips. The Ice Harvest explores the intersections of family and faith set against the beautiful, but sometimes cruel, landscape of Minnesota. Locy has beautifully captured that moment when modernity with all its benefits (electricity.
refrigerators!) overtakes the final moments of our American pioneer experience."--Lisa See, New York Times bestselling author. The Ice Harvest by Scott Phillips,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
Get this from a library. The ice harvest. [Scott Phillips] -- As lawyer Charlie Arglist prepares to leave Wichita, Kansas, with a suitcase full of stolen money, he revisits the scenes of his past--his angry ex-wife, ex-lovers, cops on the take, and bars filled. Ice Harvest, Paperback by Phillips, Scott, ISBNISBN Free shipping in the US As lawyer Charlie Arglist prepares to leave Wichita, Kansas, with a suitcase full of stolen money, he sets out to revisit the scenes of his used up life--his angry ex-wife, ex-lovers, cops on the take, and empty bars and clubs filled with /5().
The ice harvest. [Scott Phillips] -- Christmas Eve,and Charlie Arglist is revisiting all the familiar spots as he says good-bye to Wichita and encounters "loaded guns, ladies of the night, broken neon, broken dreams."--Jacket. The Ice Harvest () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
The Ice Harvest is a very short book, barely clocking in at pages. And yet, reading this was the most fun I've had in a while. This is a noir story that goes back to the earlier times of crime fiction, where the likes of Raymond Chandler ruled the genre/5(25).
The Ice Harvest by Scott Phillips is a noirish crime story full of bleak humor. It is dark and violent as Charlie, a mobster lawyer, makes his final rounds to various seedy joints.
He plans on leaving town later that light as he has embezzled money from his boss/5(11). The Ice Harvest - book and movie Last week I read Scott Phillips The Ice Harvest (review later this week).
I thought I'd watch the movie over the weekend to see how it translated to the big screen. It was somewhat of a disconcerting experience.
The book and the movie are quite different; the movie being a strange echo of the book. – The following article was written by Jean and Bud Seymour for the Sodus Bay Historical Society Newsletter: ICE HARVESTING (Most of the information for this article came from Ice Harvesting in Early America by Dewey D.
Hill and Elliott R. Hughes, published by and for the New Hartford Historical Society of New Hartford, New York in February With the.
The Ice Harvest: Scott Phillips Well first of all I got it mixed up with the Ice Storm, which was a 70s-set book and film, not particularly crime I don't think. Got that straight. I think Yvette is thinking of A Simple Plan, which was written by Scott Phillips, so close but not the same person.
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The ice harvest Item Preview remove-circlePages: The Ice Harvest (Paperback) A Novel. By Scott Phillips. Ballantine Books,pp. Publication Date: Octo Other Editions of This Title: Digital Audiobook (12/31/) Hardcover (10/1/) Compact Disc (3/1/) MP3 CD (3/1/) Compact Disc (3/1/) Audio Cassette (2/1/).
Reviews For all that it involves organized crime, naked women, grumpy bouncers, a serious snowstorm, and a hero with a profound drinking pattern, The Ice Harvest is a quiet little book—noir-ish, certainly, but never to excess.
As the novel traces Charlie Arglist’s trail around his small Kansas hometown on Christmas Eve,the lawyer’s literal footprints are clear. Find the complete The Ice Harvest book series by Scott Phillips. Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Free US shipping on orders over $ The ice harvesters are a group of men and women who harvest ice for selling throughout Arendelle.
The ice harvesters were active in Arendelle for hundreds of years. During Agnarr's reign, they awoke early one morning to begin their harvesting and were accompanied by an eight-year-old Kristoff and his reindeer, Sven. They worked until after sunset to load up as much ice Age: Various; Kristoff is 21 (Frozen).
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Read a Review. Excerpt. At four-fifteen on a cold, dry Christmas Eve a nervous middle-aged man in an expensive overcoat walked bare-headed into the Midtown Tap Room and stood at.
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"The Ice Harvest" follows these developments with the humor of an Elmore Leonard project and the interlocking violence of a "Blood Simple." The movie, directed by Harold Ramis, finds a balance between the goofy and the gruesome, as in a rather brilliant scene in which a mobster who is locked inside a trunk is nevertheless optimistic enough to.
Mob lawyer Charlie Arglist (John Cusack) tries to commit the "perfect crime" in THE ICE e has just stolen $2 million from his gangster client (Randy Quaid).
Worse, he's working with seamy strip club owner Vic (Billy Bob Thornton).Charlie's ex-wife's new boozing husband, Pete (Oliver Platt), self-medicates to deal his miserable home life.2/5.
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The Ice Harvest (Book): Phillips, Scott: Loaded guns, ladies of the night, broken neon, broken dreams. Here is a world that is immediately recognizable--through a shot glass at three A.M.
This is life with rough edges, in a novel that gives you the straight goods--point blank-- one cold, snowbound Christmas Eve in Kansas. One single night, defined in shadings of black and. The Ice Harvest is an entertaining read, threaded through with dark humour.
The plotting is nicely worked, though there's one or two slight wobbles, and the characterization is solid. For my money the end seemed a little rushed, and the story needed a little fleshing out in places, but all-in-all a fine slice of noir writing/5(6). Scott Phillips is the national bestselling pdf of The Walkaway and Cottonwood.
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