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The author of the book: G.D. Gearino
Edition: De Geus
Date of issue: April 8th 1999
ISBN: 905226533X
ISBN 13: 9789052265339
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 7.96 MB
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Na een busreis ontdekt Sammy dat zijn moeder de benen genomen heeft. Angst en eenzaamheid benemen de tienjarige jongen alle lust tot praten, waardoor de mensen denken dat hij doofstom is. 'De stomme' werkt zijn leven lang als klusjesman in en rond het busstation van Barrington, en raakt op de hoogte van alle geheimen van het stadje. In 1966 wekt de uitspraak van John Lennon dat de Beatles populairder zijn dan Jezus, de woede van de plaatselijke predikant. Hij roept op tot een openbare verbranding van alles wat met de Beatles te maken heeft. Barringtonse notabelen grijpen 's mans initiatief aan om hun eigen corrupte praktijken te verdoezelen. Voor Sammy is het moment gekomen om af te rekenen met iedereen die hem sinds zijn komst naar Barrington als vuil heeft behandeld.


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Ebook De stille getuige read Online! G.D. (Dan) Gearino, a thirty-year veteran of the newspaper and magazine industry, has worked as a reporter, columnist and editor for publications in Florida, Colorado, Wyoming, Michigan, Montana and Alberta, Canada. He joined the News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C. as business editor in 1993, and later spent ten years writing a well-regarded and award-winning column.

Gearino was born in Atlanta and is a 1975 graduate of the University of Georgia, where he earned a degree in film studies.

In the early 1990s, Gearino embarked on a second career as a novelist. His first book, “What the Deaf-Mute Heard,” was published by Simon & Schuster in January 1996, and was the winner of the 1996 Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Fiction, North Carolina’s top fiction prize.

A Hallmark Hall of Fame production of the novel was broadcast on CBS in November 1997, and was the highest-rated TV movie of the decade. It also was the top movie in Hallmark’s history, in terms of total numbers of viewers, and received three Emmy nominations. His second book, “Counting Coup,” was published in July 1997 and a third novel, “Blue Hole,” was published in August 1999. His most recent novel, “Wrong Guy,” was published in October 2005. Work on a fifth book has commenced.

Gearino also is the winner of Chowan College’s Hobson Prize for Distinguished Achievement in Arts and Letters, and the Grady Award from the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism, given for career achievement.


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