THE FINAL CRIME NOVEL
FROM THE KING OF PULP FICTION
For 20 years, former NYPD cop Jack Stang has lived with the memory of his girlfriend’s death in an attempted abduction. But what if she weren’t actually dead? What if she somehow secretly survived—but lost her sight, and her memory, and everything else she had...except her enemies?
Now Jack has a second chance to save the only woman he ever loved—or to lose her for good...
Acclaim for Mickey Spillane...
- First publication anywhere!
- Entertainment Weekly gives DEAD STREET their highest grade (‘A’): "Tough guy detective novelist Mickey Spillane’s posthumous novel brings all the pleasures of his best work back to life...A crackerjack coda."
- Mickey Spillane is the legendary creator of Mike Hammer and the best-selling author of dozens of classic hardboiled novels such as I, The Jury and Kiss Me, Deadly
- Prepared for publication by Max Allan Collins, who also contributed a moving afterword
- New York Post on DEAD STREET: "It’s a great diversion...[one of] Fall's best hardboiled mysteries."
- Pulp Fiction Reviews on DEAD STREET: "A terrific farewell from one hell of a pulp writer."
- Dave Zeltserman on DEAD STREET: "All the classic Spillane elements—paranoia, toughness, violence, honor and
payback...as good or better than any crime pulp books out there."
- Library Journal on DEAD STREET: "Those old guys...can still tell a good story. The many Spillane fans out there have a lot to look forward to."
- "Spillane is a master in compelling you to always turn the next page."
- — New York Times
- "A rough-hewn charm that’s as refreshing as it is rare."
- — Entertainment Weekly
- "One of the all-time greats."
- — Denver Rocky Mountain News