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Hammer finds his secretary severely beaten and a mutilated corpse in his desk chair--the victim of a vicious killer who is clearly after Hammer. --このテキストは、絶版本またはこのタイトルには設定されていない版型に関連付けられています。


マイク・ハマーが事務所のドアを開けたとき、そこに見たものは、血まみれの秘書ヴェルダと、見知らぬ男の惨殺死体だった。男はハマーの椅子に縛りつけられたうえ、両手指を切断されていた。机の上には“俺を殺したから、お前は死ぬのだ―ペンタ”という置き手紙。だが、ハマーの身に覚えはなかった。いったいペンタとは何者か?何の目的でこんな酷いことを?愛するヴェルダを半死半生の目に遭わされ、復讐を誓うハマーは、自らを囮として捨身の調査を開始。ペンタがCIA局員を殺しており、また事務所で殺された男が元暗黒街の人間だったことをつきとめる。19年の空白を経て、探偵マイク・ハマーが甦った。巨匠スピレインが、冷酷な殺人を繰り返す暗殺者を追うハマーの壮絶な闘いを痛快に描く、ファン待望の最新作。 --このテキストは、絶版本またはこのタイトルには設定されていない版型に関連付けられています。


  • ハードカバー: 228ページ
  • 出版社: Dutton Adult (1989/11/17)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0525248277
  • ISBN-13: 978-0525248279
  • 発売日: 1989/11/17
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 50.8 x 50.8 x 50.8 cm
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4 人中、4人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
I Love the Pulp Fiction Detective 2005/6/23
投稿者 Gerard F. Bianco - (
形式: ハードカバー
The Killing Man is a typical Mike Hammer murder mystery, only in this story, the tables are turned and bad things are happening to Hammer himself. The tale begins as Hammer walks into his office and finds his darling secretary, Velda, knocked unconscious and a strange man, brutally murdered, occupying the office chair. From there, things only get worse for the detective, and the reader finds himself in a fast-paced, sexy and interestingly plotted adventure. Reader beware, however, this is Mike Hammer, a guy who doesn't know the meaning of, `a feminine side.'

Here's a quick example of what I mean: (The story is written in the fist person. Hammer is speaking.)

"I cocked the .45, took real deliberate aim and touched the trigger. The gun blasted into a roaring yellowish light and for that one second I saw the leg jerk and twitch with a grotesque motion, and even before he could scream, I did it again to the other leg...

The pain really hit him...He glanced down and was ripping at his clothes again and screamed, `You killed me!'

`Not yet,' I told him... Then he found the small-caliber pistol his hands had really been groping for and brought it up in a sweeping, deadly arc, one finger tightening around the trigger.

There was one smashing roar of the .45. His blood went all over the place. Fresh specks of crimson were on the back of my hand. I stood up slowly and gave him a hard grin he couldn't see any more.

I said, `Now I killed you.'

If you like Pulp Fiction, you'll like this one.

Gerard Bianco, author of the mystery novel, Dying For Deception ([...])
4 人中、4人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
Mike Hammer is Back 2009/11/30
投稿者 Nash Black - (
形式: ペーパーバック
THE KILLING MAN by Mickey Spillane marks the return of Mike Hammer, one of the most viral of the detective genre.
Mike walks into his office to discover his beloved secretary, Velda, unconscious, the brutal murder of ex-mobster Anthony DiCica at Mike's desk, and a note from the killer signed Penta.
Mike is in the middle and taking hits from the DA's office, the FBI, the CIA, and the mob, while being assumed to have been the intended victim when DiCica was murdered.
For none stop action with a satisfying conclusion from an author that delivers a good yarn nothing can be better than a Mickey Spillane.
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Good entry in a steady series 2002/8/2
投稿者 Bryan Schingle - (
This was the second Mike Hammer book I picked up (the first being "Kiss Me, Deadly"), and it got me hooked into the series. Spillane's classic descriptions of New York and great lines are all present. Like most Hammer books, the ending seems to come too abruptly, but that is my only complaint. A lesser book than "I, the Jury" and "My Gun is Quick", it is still a strong entry.
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A great break from the "heavies" 2010/2/27
投稿者 Heather Richie - (
形式: Kindle版
Spillane novels are a great diversion from the heavy history and political philosophy books that form the greater part of my reading list. His style is easy to read and the storys are fun to get into and get lost in after a rough day at work. Spillanes detractors should realize this as a valuable purpose for this kind of genre of which Spillane is the best.
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Great Old-Fashioned Hardboiled Fun 2014/9/12
投稿者 Dave Wilde - (
形式: Kindle版
“The Killing Man” is the twelfth Mike Hammer novel, published only nineteen short years after the eleventh one (“Survival Zero”). Although there are hints that this story takes place in the 1980’s, it feels for the most part like a classic Mike Hammer story and, like every Mike Hammer novel that came before, it is chock full of top-notch writing, vivid descriptions, action sequences unparalleled in detective fiction, and is just plain good fun to read.

It opens with another dark, dreary day in Manhattan – somehow in Hammer books you always feel like there are dark clouds, foggy evenings, trenchcoats, and .45s. The most shocking scene of all occurs when Hammer walks into his office and sees Velda – “her body crumpled up against the wall, half her face a mass of clotted blood that seeped from under her hair.” Hammer, as always, is prepared for action, and when he thinks he sees someone in the inner office, he has to explode and ram “through the door in a blind fury ready to blow somebody into a death full of bloody, flying parts,” but stops “because it had already been done.” As shocking as it is to see Velda, secretary, fiancé, romantic entanglement, on the floor and being rushed to critical care, nothing typifies the hero that Spillane invented more than his exploding through a door ready to rip the evildoer limb from limb and make him suffer. This is not your typical private eye. This is not your down-on-his luck detective who is busy talking his way out of trouble. No, this is Hammer, the avenging angel who is out to smite with fire and brimstone anyone that does him wrong.

Spillane doesn’t spare the reader any of the gory details. Be forewarned. The narrative forcefully describes the “dozen knife slashes” that “had cut open the skin of his face and chest and [the fact that] his clothes were a sodden mass of congealed blood.” The six-inch steel spike positioned “squarely in the middle of the guy’s forehead” is almost an afterthought.

This return to the Hammer saga is just as terrific as any of the earlier Hammer novels from the gut-wrenching scenes with Velda hanging on in the hospital to Hammer’s sparring and foreplay with the blonde assistant district attorney with the “cover-girl face and a body that didn’t just happen.” “You would want to kiss the lusciousness of those full lips until the thought occurred that it might be like putting your tongue on a cold sled runner and never being able to get it off,” Hammer explains. Wow. Another writer would’ve just called her an ice princess and left it at that.

All in all, another fantastic piece of writing sure to entertain anyone looking for good, old-fashioned hardboiled fun.
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