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Mitternachtspost Fantasist William Kotzwinkle takes readers on a wild ride in this thriller set in the sleazy world of the tabloids Howard Halliday, the editor of the Midnight Examiner and the unlikely protagonist in William Kotzwinkle s latest novel, becomes embroiled with several shady characters, including a bloodthirsty crime lord and a porn queen in danger, who lead him into a bizarre escapade that rivals only the freakish headlines in the Midnight Examiner. Best Download Kindle ePUB Mitternachtspost By William Kotzwinkle – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. Totally hilarious Just when I thought there was getting to be too much same ol same ol , the story took off and didn t stop until a couple of wrap up pages at the end Think Bowery Boys take on inept mobsters with the aid of a Voodoo Queen Too much risqu language in the dragg...

  2. Read this book for 1,001 books list It was not my favorite by any stretch The satire was too dated for me and the situations were not nuanced enough I wanted to be moved by what this book was saying about gentrification and society but meh.I just didn t feel it.

  3. I don t really know what to think about this apart from the fact that I found it devastatingly funny When a porn actress called Mitzi Mouse is interrupted while writing poetry on a filming break and acccidentally shoots mob boss Tony Baloney in the leg, he sends his goombahs after her and the staff of Cha...

  4. the examiner of the title is a tabloid and we are immersed with its eccentric staff the dialogue is fast and funny but this is a very silly book you need to treat it like a textual 3 stooges.

  5. The Midnight Examiner is a trashy magazine, the kind that make up stories to publish Our fearless leader is Howard Halliday the editor We meet Howard at work in his Times Square office The host of characters at the office are strange to say the least The publisher, Nathan, carries a blowgun at work and isn t afraid to use I saw a man in the hallway with a blowgun in his hands Our publishe...

  6. The staff of a company of tabloid publications runs afoul of the mob by accident and hijinks ensue, with the aid of a fishing pole and a voodoo priestess There s also a large painting of a naked woman This was a fun read, easy, nothing heavy I enjoyed a respite from thestrenuous topics of some of the other 1001 books This book clearly doesn t take itself very seriously, either, and that was enjoyable Food Reese s Pieces You can eat a whole bag before you even realize you re halfwa The staff o...

  7. A wild ride through 1980s New York City on the coattails of a tabloid editor Kotzwinkle s book reminds me of how much grimier NYC was in the 80s porn theaters and winos populated Times Square and middle class people lived on Manhattan Howard...

  8. Sometimes you come across a book so stupid you don t know what to say about it For me, The Midnight Examiner is one of those books It s a madcap zany adventure that feels like one of those terrible comedies that crop up on cable tv on a sunday evening.Howard is the editor of a publishing company all lurid magazines and all his staff are a bunch of crackpots From the blow dart loving publisher to the mail order priest head of religious publications One day while in a porn movie one staff m Sometimes you come across a book so stupid you don t know what to say about it For me, The Midnight Examiner is one of those books It s a madcap zany adventure that feels like one of those terrible comedies that crop up on cable tv on a sunday evening.Howard is the editor of a publishing company all lurid magazines and all his staff a...

  9. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Midnight Examiner is a completely bonkers romp through the seedy underbelly of the modern New York underworld, where voodoo princesses knock out mafia men and catatonic schizophrenic artists paint Big Womans on any wall left unprotected It s a funny bit of fluff which is not quite hilarious, but a very welcome change of pace from the majority of super serious list books The staff at the Midnight Examiner flock to the aid of a damsel in distress, a poetry ...

  10. You know how sometimes certain books or movies are called lighthearted romps This one s a lighthearted romp through the world of tabloid journalism My favorite Kotzwinkle book is called The Fan Man His writing style reminds me of Philip K...