Blogs in December 2018

Roger and the Cancelled Czech 10th December 2018

Who is The Cobra, a shadowy character with major connections to the worlds of espionage and art theft? The answer to this question is the key to finding the leaders of a mysterious worldwide political conspiracy with its roots...

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The Matador Murders 16th August 2017

The Matador Murders, loosely based on Dashiell Hammett’s Red Harvest, has lots of action, a suspenseful whodunit story line, and enough corpses to satisfy a school of Piranha. From a review by Michelle Stanley for Readers’ Favorite: “Jerold Last...

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The Ambivalent Corpse 16th August 2017

In the first novel in the Roger and Suzanne mystery series, private detective Roger Bowman and his girlfriend scientist Suzanne Foster find themselves traveling through Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina to solve a baffling and grotesque murder case. Parts...

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Unbearably Deadly 16th August 2017

For a change, the butler didn’t do it; a bear did. Or did it? In “Unbearably Deadly”, Roger and Suzanne visit Alaska to find out the circumstances surrounding their friends’ deaths. The FBI investigation concludes the cause of death...

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The Surreal Killer 16th August 2017

The Surreal Killer is leaving a trail of dead women across Chile, Peru, and Bolivia. The victims all seem to have been murdered in exactly the same way. There may be a link to a small group of scientists...

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