An edition of The Two Dead Girls (1995)

The Two Dead Girls

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An edition of The Two Dead Girls (1995)

The Two Dead Girls

1st printing (1)
  • 3.78 ·
  • 9 Ratings
  • 82 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading
  • 16 Have read

They were sisters, and the picture-perfect image of innocence. No one understood their brutal deaths, not even the man who killed them. But John Coffey is about to gain a new insight, about his life in prison, and about the one man who will walk him down that green mile . . . toward destiny.

Prepare yourself for Stephen King's boldest exercise in nerve-twisting suspense. A multi-part serial novel that begins on death row and goes on from there to realms of revelation that make death seem sweet. This is Stephen King's most irresistible journey ever.

To be continued . . .

--back cover

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Publisher
Signet
Language
English

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Cover of: The Two Dead Girls
The Two Dead Girls
1996-03, Signet
Mass Market Paperback in English - 1st printing (1)
Cover of: The Two Dead Girls
The Two Dead Girls
1996-03, Signet
Mass Market Paperback in English - First Printing (1)
Cover of: The Two Dead Girls
The Two Dead Girls
1996, Penguin Books
Mass Market Paperback in English
Cover of: The Two Dead Girls
The Two Dead Girls
1996-03, Signet
Mass Market Paperback in English - 1st printing (1)
Cover of: The Two Dead Girls
The Two Dead Girls
1996-03, Signet
Mass Market Paperback in English - 1st printing (13)
Cover of: El Pasillo de la Muerte Parte 1
Cover of: La ligne verte: 1er épisode
La ligne verte: 1er épisode: Deux petites filles mortes
196-09, Librio
Mass Market Paperback in French

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New York, N.Y., U.S.A

Edition Notes

Series
The Green Mile, Part 1
Other Titles
The Green Mile, Mouse on the mile., Coffey's hands., Bad death of Eduard Delacroix., Night journey., Coffey on the mile.
Copyright Date
1996

Classifications

Library of Congress
PS3561.I483 G74 1996, PS3561.I483 T93 1996, PS3561.I483T93 1996

The Physical Object

Format
Mass Market Paperback
Pagination
xiii, 92p.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24958304M
Internet Archive
twodeadgirls00king
ISBN 10
0451190491
LCCN
96157730
OCLC/WorldCat
634902165, 608851062, 678689518, 867470317, 1022878033
Amazon ID (ASIN)
0451190491
Google
Qi_qugur5BUC, C-SzuwEACAAJ, ZvXQvwEACAAJ
Goodreads
228193

Work Description

The Green Mile #1
The story is told by former prison guard, Paul Edgecombe, of events in Cold Mountain penitentiary during 1932 when an unusual inmate by the name of John Coffey is brought to the prison. He and his fellow guards are assigned to watch inmates on death row, known as The Green Mile. John Coffey has been convicted of murdering two young girls and sentenced to death but there's something about him that makes Paul question whether this man could have committed that crime.
(source)

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This happened in 1932, when the state penitentiary was still at Cold Mountain.
added by Lisa. "first sentence"

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