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Se avete deciso di avvicinarvi al duro mondo del crimine, questa raccolta di racconti fatta per voi Dalle storie di Jack Ritchie imparerete comunque parecchio Divertendovi Di sicuro, vi renderete conto di come sia impossibile fidarsi di persone, pensieri, circostanze e di Jack Ritchie, soprattutto Nessuno totalmente affidabile, i pensieri vanno e vengono, nullaSe avete deciso di avvicinarvi al duro mondo del crimine, questa raccolta di racconti fatta per voi Dalle storie di Jack Ritchie imparerete comunque parecchio Divertendovi Di sicuro, vi renderete conto di come sia impossibile fidarsi di persone, pensieri, circostanze e di Jack Ritchie, soprattutto Nessuno totalmente affidabile, i pensieri vanno e vengono, nulla definitivamente assodato Pensate di reclutare un killer fra i vostri dipendenti, certi che non vi tradir perch ha imbrogliato le carte quando l avete assunto O di pareggiare qualche innocua partita contabile fuori posto, pensando che dieci dollari in pi non siano certo una grande insidia Abbandonate qualsiasi pregiudizio, e leggete questi racconti.
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Jack Ritchie was born in a room behind his father s tailor shop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on February 26th, 1922 After leaving high school, Ritchie was a student at the Milwaukee State Teachers College When America joined the Second World War, he enlisted in the U.S army He was stationed in the Central Pacific for two years, serving for much of that period on the island of Kwajalein It was here that he first discovered crime and mystery fiction To pass the time, he read a large amount of mystery books and it was through this that he grew to love the genre.At the end of the war, Ritchie returned to his hometown of Milwaukee After trying unsuccessfully to go back to college under the G.I Bill, Ritchie worked for a time in his father s shop Not wishing to follow in his father s footsteps, Ritchie decided to try writing stories for a living When Ritchie met the literary agent Larry Sternig through his mother, Irma Reitci, who also wrote short stories he gave him a copy of a story he had written Sternig recognised his writing ability from the very beginning and sold Ritchie s first story, Always the Season , to the New York Daily News in 1953 Larry Sternig went on to be his lifelong agent.Ritchie married a fellow writer, Rita Krohne, in 1954 Rita, under her married name, wrote a series of historical adventure novels for children Among these was the award winning Night Coach to Paris Jack and Rita Ritchie made their living from the combined income of their freelance writing, though in an interview in 1962, Jack Ritchie mentioned that they never collaborated on any of their stories Ritchie and his wife lived in various Milwaukee locales throughout the 1950 s Their first home together was a secluded log cabin on Washington Island, where during the winter they battled against the elements With the birth of their first child in 1957, the Ritchies relocated to a larger house on the island In 1964, they moved back to the mainland, living in a farmhouse just west of Jefferson and raising a family of four children.In his spare time, Ritchie was an avid reader of non fiction books and had a particular interest in history He was also a fan of word puzzles and did the crossword in the Milwaukee Journal religiously.While his wife took part time work to supplement the family income, Jack Ritchie continued to be a prolific writer of short stories Ritchie s work appeared in an amazing variety of periodicals and newspapers He contributed a number of hard boiled stories to Manhunt magazine throughout the 1950 s with other stories appearing in such diverse publications as The Philadelphia Inquirer, Smashing Detective Stories and Good Housekeeping Some readers may wonder why Ritchie s stories appeared in such a wide variety of periodicals The major reason for this was that his agent, Larry Sternig, would promptly send out manuscripts whenever a new publication appeared on the scene As Jack Ritchie s son Steven has noted, this is what made Sternig a great literary agent However, it was to Alfred Hitchock s Mystery Magazine that Ritchie sold stories to than any other periodical Between 1959 and 1982, Ritchie sold an incredible 123 stories to Alfred Hitchcock s Mystery Magazine One of these tales, The Green Heart , was adapted into the movie A New Leaf starring Walter Matthau Other stories from AHMM were used in the popular television series Alfred Hitchcock Presents.As has been noted by author Donald E Westlake, Ritchie never really gained the recognition he deserved This was because he wrote in the short story field, as opposed to the fashionable novels Tiger Island was published posthumously in 1987 But to his many fans he is seen as one of the greatest short story writers of all time Those that have discovered his stories invariably want to read of them His finest works continue to be reprinted to this day and it is through this legacy that he will be remembered
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