Publication Date: October 1, 2013
Armed with Steele by Kyra Jacobs, Jessica Hartley gets going, nothing can stop her and she’s determined to find the cause of the accident that nearly took the life of her best friend. All roads seem to lead back to Maxwell Office Solutions and Officer Nate Steele is hesitant for Jessica to get involved until he has no other option. Can Nate and Jessica delay the distraction of the heat burning between them to get to the root of this mystery?
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Publication Date: November 30, 2012
In Heavy Mental by P.J.Morse, Clancy Parker is a P.I. by day and a rock guitarist by night. As her landlord says, she has two real jobs. When Clancy is hired by a sexy socialite to find a necklace she thinks the case will be a breeze. Can Clancy solve the case, battle her feelings for her client’s sexy psychiatrist and make it out alive?
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Publication Date: March 7, 2013
With Tutti Frutti (Dev Haskell – Private Investigator, Book 5) by Mike Faricy, Dev Haskell is back in a new mystery! Dev is asked to investigate the owners of a nightclub and falls for Candi Slaughter, one of the waitresses at the joint. Before things kind of happen around Dev, he finds himself mixed up with the mob and questioned by the police. Is someone out to frame Dev?
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Publication Date: May 29, 2012
In Bite Me by Mike Faricy, Devlin Haskell is a private investigator from St. Paul, Minnesota. After an ill-advised encounter with a woman he already knows to be a ten on the crazy meter, Dev finds himself arrested for kidnapping, rape… and the murder of the woman’s husband. As the bodies pile up and the crazy lady disappears, Dev realizes that getting out of this one will not be easy. Aided by his somewhat alcohol-impaired lawyer and countered by a determined police detective, Dev sets out to connect the dots that will prove his innocence.
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