Written by William Stratton. Girl in picture not Stacy Keach. But it goes about its business so sincerely and with such conviction that it stands out, particularly against the backdrop of what aired against it; as retrograde as it may seem, it's a lot closer to our own era than The Love Boat and Fantasy Island are. A man's got to have a code. Here's the character as described by his wiki page: Mike Hammer is a no-holds-barred private investigator with an army-issue Colt.
Gang member charged with murder of transgender Mercedes Williamson has 'confessed'
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The George County Sheriff's Department are said to be investigating whether the crime was gang-related, drug-related or a hate crime. A hate crime is defined as a crime committed against someone or someone's property because of bias against 'race, religion, disability, ethnic orientation or sexual orientation'. Williamson, right, was estranged from her family at the time of her death and was living in a friend's trailer In a letter written on Valentine's Day, the year-old asked for the bond to be reduced so that he would be allowed to 'better prepare himself for trial' and to take on a job that is waiting for him. Williamson's murder gained national attention when Caitlyn Jenner, above, mentioned the crime in her ESPY speech in He also said that he had child support he needed to catch up and would like to be able to spend time with his family before he is sentenced. Vallum was held on a probation violation related to a conviction for false reporting of a crime and finished serving the remainder of that sentence January 16, but remains jailed.
Mickey Spillane - pseudonym of Frank Morrison Spillane American thriller writer, master of "hard boiled" style peppered with sex and sadism. Spillane is best-known for his private detective Mike Hammer, who appeared in his first published book I, the Jury The hardback edition did not sell well, but the paperback became a world-wide phenomenon. In the character of Hammer, the most chauvinist avenger among classical private eyes, Spillane created a dark counterpart to the knightly Philip Marlowe. People don't read a book to get to the middle, they read a book to get to the end and hope that the ending justifies all the time they spent reading it.