Believe This... You'll Believe Anything

  • Title: Believe This... You'll Believe Anything
  • Author: James Hadley Chase
  • ISBN: 9781842620496
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
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    About James Hadley Chase


    1. Ren Lodge Brabazon Raymond was born on 24th December 1906 in London, England, the son of Colonel Francis Raymond of the colonial Indian Army, a veterinary surgeon His father intended his son to have a scientific career, was initially educated at King s School, Rochester, Kent He left home at the age of 18 and became at different times a children s encyclopedia salesman, a salesman in a bookshop, and executive for a book wholesaler before turning to a writing career that produced than 90 mystery books His interests included photography he was up to professional standard , reading and listening to classical music, being a particularly enthusiastic opera lover Also as a form of relaxation between novels, he put together highly complicated and sophisticated Meccano models.In 1932, Raymond married Sylvia Ray, who gave him a son They were together until his death fifty three years later Prohibition and the ensuing US Great Depression 1929 1939 , had given rise to the Chicago gangster culture just prior to World War II This, combined with her book trade experience, made him realise that there was a big demand for gangster stories He wrote as R Raymond, James Hadley Chase, James L Docherty, Ambrose Grant and Raymond Marshall.During World War II he served in the Royal Air Force, achieving the rank of Squadron Leader Chase edited the RAF Journal with David Langdon and had several stories from it published after the war in the book Slipstream A Royal Air Force Anthology.Raymond moved to France in 1956 and then to Switzerland in 1969, living a secluded life in Corseaux sur Vevey, on Lake Geneva, from 1974 He eventually died there peacefully on 6 February 1985.


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    1. Black magic, devil reincarnation, hypnotism or just a perfect con game."Believe this - You'll believe anything" is a novel that touches all of the above mentioned topics. It is a interesting tale woven around deceit and "confidence trick". Keeping in tradition with James Hadley Chase's style, the first act is quick, establishing all the major players of the game. The novel quickly picks up the pace and takes the reader into a a dark sinister world of the paranormal. The central conflict of the s [...]

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    2. Dù là một cuốn tiểu thuyết được viết vào thời đại trước, câu chuyện xoay quanh Burden, Valerie và Vidal vẫn khiến mình bị lôi cuốn và hồi hộp theo từng trang viết của James Hadley Chase. Đọc tới khoảng 30% câu chuyện mình đã đoán ra được nội dung, tưởng rằng đã qua mặt được tác giả mà cuối cùng vẫn bỏ sót một chi tiết và vãn cứ bị bất ngờ như thường.Mình rất thích những câu ch [...]

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    3. 2.5/5

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    4. Just another classic piece of mastery from the one and only JHC, a storyline about a guy who falls head over heels in love with his Secretary, then 6 years later he finds her or vice versa then the black magic, voodooism, hypnotic tranches and maybe just a game of double cross. A must read for all his fanatical supporters including myself.

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    5. This was my first encounter with Chase and will most probably be the last one as well. I found the book to be average at best. It lacked atmosphere, interesting characters and a sensible plot.

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    6. I liked it because it was very short and easy read with 2 surprises for me as I am super gullible!

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