You’ve Got It Coming
What does a pilot do when he is fired for having a relationship with an ex-model and actress? In “You’ve Got It Coming,” Harry Griffin is such a pilot who has been a sucker too long, he thinks, and now he says, “I know where I can lay my hands on three million bucks, so I’m going to take them.” This is his story, but it also the story of his girlfriend, Glorie Davis, who loves Harry more than herself and tries to save him from the inevitable consequences of his action.
“You’ve Got It Coming” has all the taut suspense and excitement the reader can expect from James Hadley Chase.
James Hadley Chase is probably the best know synonym of René Lodge Brabazon Raymond, an English writer also known by other pen names, including James L. Docherty, Raymond Marshall, R. Raymond, and Ambrose Grant. He is one of the best known thriller writers of all time. He was influenced by American crime writes and writers of hardboiled pulp fiction, but he rarely visited the United States and the books are based on knowledge acquired by reading and using reference materials. He has written some 90 books, almost half of which have been made into movies.