2 edition of golden orange found in the catalog.
Originally published, London: Bantam, 1990.
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The coroner called it suicide, but to Tess it means the fear of her own fate. And Winnie Farlowe is a man willing to follow wherever she leads--straight into the juicy pulp of the Golden Orange, a world where money is everything, but nothing adds up where death and chicanery flourish amidst ranches, mansions, and yachting : Random House Publishing Group. Joseph Aloysius Wambaugh, Jr. (born Janu ) is a bestselling American writer known for his fictional and non-fictional accounts of police work in the United States. Several of his first novels were set in Los Angeles, California, and its surroundings, and featured Los Angeles police officers as has been nominated for 4 Edgar Awards (winning 3), and was named a Grand Education: Chaffey College (A.A.), California State .
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The Golden Orange: A Novel Paperback – June 1, by Joseph Wambaugh (Author)4/4(61). Written in"The Golden Orange" is a mystery thriller that has some comic flair. It's prime character is a retired cop named Win Farlowe. Win it seems is a terrible drunk.
After several scarpes with the law Win ends up hooking up with Tess Binder. What an unbelievable match. However we know Tess has her motives.
It was an enjoyable read/5. She's a stunningly beautiful, sexually spirited three-time divorcee from Newport Beach--capital of California's Golden Orange, where wallets are fat, bikinis are skimpy, and cosmetic surgery is one sure way to a billionaire's bank account.
Nearly a year ago Tess Binder's father washed up on the beach with a bullet in his ear/5(4). The Golden Orange: A Novel Kindle Edition by Joseph Wambaugh (Author)4/4(58). About The Golden Orange. When forty-year-old cop Winnie Farlowe lost his shield, he lost the only protection he had.
Ever since, he’s been fighting a bad back, fighting the golden orange book, fighting his conscience. But now he’s in for a special fight. Never before has he come up against anyone like Tess Binder.
The second kind is more impressive to me, and "The Golden Orange" is a perfect example of it. Joseph Wambaugh's novel focuses on a boozy ex-cop's love affair with a beautiful society girl on the coast of Newport Beach in Orange County, California. Maybe that's why people are down on it; it's more Raymond Chandler than Ed McBain/5(5).
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At Golden Orange Hotel each room is fitted with air conditioning and a /10(). In this comic and deeply moving story, Wambaugh holds the reader a willing hostage to events in the bibulous, rowdy, daring life of Winston (Winnie) Farlowe.
When an injury ends his police career. The Golden Orange () About book: Joe Wambaugh is best known for his brutally honest early works centered on the LAPD -- The Blue Knight, The New Centurions and some of his other s novels.
This isn't one of those. More's the n Farlowe, the protagonist -- it's impossible to call him "the hero" -- is drinking his disability pension after being cut loose from the Newport Beach. Directed by Arthur Marks. With Raymond Burr, Barbara Hale, William Hopper, William Talman.
Sandra Keller has agreed to sell her grandfather's orange orchard to a developer for mall parking. When the grandfather changes his mind, the deal is off but a lot of people will be hurt. When the developer is shot, she is charged/10(). The setting for the story is in Southern California, on the Gold Coast of Orange County.
Winnie Farlowe, a year-old ex-policeman, is unemployed and turns to drink for consolation. However, this changes when he meets Tess Binder, a beautiful divorcee with an uncertain fortune.
This is the third copy of Joseph Wambaugh's "The Golden Orange" that I have bought. The other two have been worn out. Most mysteries are good for one read. Once you learn whodunit, or whydunnit, the story loses interest. Not so with this book. The characters--the alcoholic ex-detective Winnie, Tess the dame-in-trouble whom he tries to rescue /5(45).
Get this from a library. The Golden Orange. [Joseph Wambaugh] -- In Newport Beach, on the Gold Coast of California's Orange County, a forty-year-old ex-cop becomes the target of an unknown assailant after he meets a beautiful divorcee. Book Golden Orange Apart, Marmaris on Tripadvisor: See traveller reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Golden Orange Apart, ranked #76 of hotels in Marmaris and rated 4 of 5 at Tripadvisor.4/5().
About the book: Drunk and adrift in Orange County, California, forty-year-old ex-cop Winnie Farlowe attracts the attention of a three-time divorcee who introduces him to the mystery of her father's death /5().
Wambaugh returns to the novel after two spellbinding nonfiction police procedurals (Echoes in the Darkness, ; The Blooding, ), and againas in The Secrets of Harry Bright, ties in with an alcoholic ex-cop protagonist. For ghoulish glee, vividness, and horror, this novel has far less wattage than any earlier Wambaugh fiction.
Nearly a hundred pages go by before. The Golden Orange. Joseph Wambaugh. Morrow, - Fiction - pages. 4 Reviews. California's Gold Coast is the home of boat parades, middle-aged women in bikinis, and Winnie Farlowe, a year-old ex-cop with a strong interest in drinking.
But when a beautiful and spirited three-time divorce e introduces him to her world of clubs and /5(4).Preview of The Golden Orange Summary. TheGolden Orange refers to Orange County, California, home of the very rich and the very weird.
This area of California, including Newport Harbor, the Pacific coast, and Catalina Island, is magnificent, and many of its inhabitants are beautiful; but this paradise is fast being ruined by the greed of its multimillionaire businessmen and the women who set.: The Golden Orange: William Morrow, 1st Very good., Hardcover, Ex-library copy with dust jacket.
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