Burglars Can't Be Choosers (Bernie Rhodenbarr #1) (Mass Market)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Bernie Rhodenbarr series.
- #2: The Burglar in the Closet (Bernie Rhodenbarr #2) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #3: The Burglar Who Liked to Quote Kipling (Bernie Rhodenbarr #3) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #4: The Burglar Who Studied Spinoza (Bernie Rhodenbarr #4) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #5: The Burglar Who Painted Like Mondrian (Bernie Rhodenbarr #5) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #6: The Burglar Who Traded Ted Williams (Bernie Rhodenbarr #6) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #7: The Burglar Who Thought He Was Bogart (Bernie Rhodenbarr #7) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #8: The Burglar in the Library (Bernie Rhodenbarr #8) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #9: The Burglar in the Rye (Bernie Rhodenbarr #9) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #10: The Burglar on the Prowl (Bernie Rhodenbarr #10) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #11: The Burglar Who Counted the Spoons (Bernie Rhodenbarr #11) (Paperback): $14.99
- #12: The Burglar in Short Order (Bernie Rhodenbarr #12) (Paperback): $11.99
- #13: The Burglar Who Met Fredric Brown (Bernie Rhodenbarr #13) (Paperback): $19.99
Bernie Rhodenbarr is a personable chap, a good neighbor, a passable poker player. His chosen profession, however, might not sit well with some. Bernie is a burglar, a good one, effortlessly lifting valuables from the not-so-well-protected abodes of well-to-do New Yorkers like a modern-day Robin Hood. (The poor, as Bernie would be the first to tell you, alas, have nothing worth stealing.)
He's not perfect, however; he occasionally makes mistakes. Like accepting a paid assignment from a total stranger to retrieve a particular item from a rich man's apartment. Like still being there when the cops arrive. Like having a freshly slain corpse lying in the next room, and no proof that Bernie isn't the killer.
Now he's really got his hands full, having to locate the true perpetrator while somehow eluding the police -- a dirty job indeed, but if Bernie doesn't do it, who will?
About the Author
Lawrence Block is one of the most widely recognized names in the mystery genre. He has been named a Grand Master of the Mystery Writers of America and is a four-time winner of the prestigious Edgar and Shamus Awards, as well as a recipient of prizes in France, Germany, and Japan. He received the Diamond Dagger from the British Crime Writers' Association—only the third American to be given this award. He is a prolific author, having written more than fifty books and numerous short stories, and is a devoted New Yorker and an enthusiastic global traveler.