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Author: Tim Cockey
ISBN: 0786865709
Language: English
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Miscellaneous
Publisher: Hachette Books; 1st edition (March 15, 2000)
Rating: 4.6
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You came in on., tim cockey. In memory of. Teddy hartman. The quality of the life, Julia says, is a matter of how adroitly you negotiate the ten thousand obstacles that come into your path as you stumble along.

You came in on. At the end of life, of cours. ou will finally fall down.

Kate got into the backseat. I had cruised past Bowman’s place and caught up to her as she was walking back down the road into the village. She pulled the door closed. I put the car in gear and. I put the car in gear and continued down toward the village. She’s passed out. It’s a long story. Christ, Hitch, Kate said, I only left you two hours ago. How long can it be?. She owns the bar. She needed some air. Don’t worry about her. Tell me. How’d you do? Did you find it?. Kate sat back in her seat.

Tim Cockey is the award-winning author of the Hitchcock Sewell novels, including The Hearse You Came In On, Hearse of a Different Color, The Hearse Case Scenario, Murder in the Hearse Degree, and Backstabber. He has been a story analyst for many major film and television companies, including American Playhouse, ABC, and Hallmark Entertainment.

Tim Cockey, who spent his formative years in Baltimore, has been a story .

Tim Cockey, who spent his formative years in Baltimore, has been a story analyst for many major film and television companies, including American Playhouse, ABC, and Hallmark Entertainment. This is his first novel. THE HEARSE YOU CAME IN ON (Amateur t) – Okay Cockey, Tim – 1st book Hyperion, 2000- Paperback Undertaker Hitchcock Sewell is intrigued when an attractive woman asks about arranging a funeral-for herself. He's even more intrigued when a woman of the same name turns up dead, except it's a different woman. He grew up in Baltimore and now lives in New York City. Библиографические данные. The Hearse You Came in On: A Hitchcock Sewell Mystery.

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Tim Cockey's hilarious debut about Hitchcock Sewell, tective is a great comic mystery, with a touch of noir, and .

Tim Cockey's hilarious debut about Hitchcock Sewell, tective is a great comic mystery, with a touch of noir, and some well-turned one-liners. Cockey's writing is deft & hilariously funny, and his character descriptions are marvelous. You'll definitely feel like you know some of the people he describes. I thoroughly enjoyed this book - I haven't had this much fun reading a book in a long time! Definitely a page-turner - I finished it within 2 days of purchasing it.

aka Richard HawkeTim Cockey is the author of the award-winning Hitch series: The Hearse You Came In On, Hearse of a Different Color, Hearse Case Scenario, and Murder in the Hearse Degree.

What self-respecting undertaker would allow himself to get involved in a murder investigation, a series of dirty videos, a case of political blackmail, and police corruption, as well as one of the worst amateur theater productions in recent memory? None, unless your name happens to be Hitchcock Sewell, the most charming suspense hero to come along in years. And who knew an undertaker could look so good? In this fast-paced and enormously entertaining mystery, Hitch has gotten himself into more trouble than any self-respecting undertaker should.
Comments (7)
Beranyle
What a fabulous story. Our hero, Hitch, is an undertaker along with his aunt. And he is a fabulous protagonist. Young and smart. A truly decent man who could charm the pants of any attractive lady. He picks a female cop who has a few issues. I liked their chemistry. But it's a lot to take on. Circumstantial problems. I highly recommend this author and his series. Just plain exceptionally entertaining.
virus
Near the end of the book, Baltimore undertaker, Hitchcock Sewall contemplates making a "noble effort" and concludes that to attempt a "noble effort in the face of certain failure is not really noble at all. It is just plain stupid".
After all that "Hitch" has been through to get to that point, you have to give him high marks for paying attention. You also have to give Tim Cockney high marks for such an entertaining first novel. It has memorable, hilarious and hateful characters. It has funny, tense and always well scripted moments.
And it also has a mystery. Who killed the blackmailing tennis pro. And who is still blackmailing a US Senate candidate. As we read toward the answer to that conclusion we spend time at The Screaming Oyster Saloon, Sewall & Sons Family Funeral Home, Heayhague, Maine (pronounced Hee Haw),The Moose Run Inn and various and sundry locations around Baltimore, including the police station.
The characters are priceless. You will chuckle, you will smile, you will laugh out loud and you will come away with the feeling that your money was well invested in this promising new novelist.
Munigrinn
I am not a huge fan of this particular genre of fiction but every once in awhile it's fun to sit down with a good thriller. Fortunately, this one has all the earmarks of the best in the field. It is clever and funny with an engaging narrator, odd characters and plenty of twists and turns. It's a quick read and a fun way to spend an afternoon.
I originally picked it up because the narrator is a funeral director and I come from a family three generations into the business. Having spent plenty of time in the environment, I thought it would be fun to see a little excitement added to the profession. Of course, this was a mistake. It was fun but there were things that just didn't ring true. Fortunately, Sewell's work is only incidental to the story.
Other than that (apart from language that got a little flowery on occasion), I had a good time with this novel. I'm interested to see how the characters develop in future novels.
Qumenalu
I couldn't finish it. Maybe is it a good story. But the writing is, for me, not skillful. Reading should be fun, and I wasn't having fun, so I quit.
Vojar
Started out tremendous and then just got a little too rife with unlikely complications. But, I really did enjoy the book overall and would like to read another in the series. Recommended. Lauged out loud many times.
Goldfury
Very funny and witty. Have read the whole series twice and will read them again in a couple of years. I wish he wrote more but he changed
to a totally different kind of writing.
Umi
Funny series.
Great book