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One-Armed Bandit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2004

    A Hot slots Murder Mystery!

    <P> Las Vegas area Patrol officers responded to a radio call regarding a convenience store robbery where four people have been brutally slain. <P> Store surveillance tape-recorded the robbery and shootings. <P> The motive for the shooting may have been robbery, however, that aspect of the case remains under investigation, while crime scene and forensics personnel are called out to process the scene. <P> Assigned to the case are long time veteran of the Metro Homicide Force, Steve Garneau and his younger partner of two years, Terry Bolton. <P> Once detectives review the surveillance tape, the identity of the shooter is uncovered, a man identified only as a cold-blooded killer and dubbed: ¿One Armed Bandit.¿ <P> Clues provided by the surveillance tape immediately show that robbery was not the motive and detectives move quickly to solve the case to keep from losing track of the killer. <P> Within several weeks of the murders one-by-one suspects are grilled for information, as the motive begins to unfold. News of scandalous and incriminating evidence, as well as conspirator names are revealed, leading detectives closer to the murderer. <P> Author, Dennis Griffin grabs reader¿s attention from page one with descriptive details as the murders occur. The suspense surrounding the victims, as well as surprises keep readers on the edge. <P> Congratulations Mr. Griffin, you have done detective sleuths proud! <P> Reviewed by Juanita Reynolds

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2003

    A Must Read

    If you enjoy great mystery novels, Dennis Griffin's lates book is a must read. It is filled with suspense, colorful characters and has a great surprise ending. I highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2003

    A true to life murder mystery!

    An excellently written murder mystery about a one-armed killer who stalks Las Vegas. Realistic and brutal, this page turner has the makings of a true thriller. It is obvious that the author knows what he is talking about in the language and procedures of police investigative work. His style is fresh, compelling and alive. In the ranks of numerous stories of this tried and true genre, this book is right up there as one of the best

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