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by Jake Arnott

ePub Delitos a largo plazo/ The Long Firm (Spanish Edition) download
Jake Arnott
Random House Mondadori; Translation edition (January 30, 2009)
Thrillers & Suspense
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The book was initially published on July 11, 2006, by Hyperion. The book, Anderson's first, is an expansion of his 2004 article The Long Tail in the magazine. The book was listed in The New York Times Nonfiction Best Sellers list. It was shortlisted for the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award on 18 September 2006.

Redirected from The Long Firm). Jake Arnott (born 11 March 1961) is a British novelist and dramatist, author of The Long Firm and six other novels. Arnott was born in Buckinghamshire. Having left Aylesbury Grammar School at 17, he had various jobs including labourer, mortuary technician, artist's model, theatrical agency assistant, actor with the Red Ladder Theatre Company in Leeds and appeared as a mummy in the film The Mummy. He came out as bisexual in his twenties

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The Long Firm" redirects here. For fraudulent trading companies, see Long firm. Jake Arnott The Long Firm (1999) tells of Harry Starks, a homosexual East End gangster in the 1960s. It includes references to many real life characters of the time including the Kray twins, Tom Driberg, and Judy Garland. A notable feature is that the story is told from five different points of view.

Five narrators recall the rise and fall of Harry Starks, a feared London gangster in the 1960s, who was ruthless and quite proud of his celebrity connections.