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Crime Capsules: Tales of Death, Desire, and Deception
     

Crime Capsules: Tales of Death, Desire, and Deception

by Vincent O'Neil
 
Well hello--and welcome to Crime Capsules. In this book you'll meet an unorthodox manager of undercover cops nicknamed Handler Hank, a waitress with an interesting game called The Riddle of the Pots, a private investigator faced with a locked-room murder mystery at an outdoor firing range that is The Rich Man's Hobby, a money launderer who makes a big decision in a

Overview

Well hello--and welcome to Crime Capsules. In this book you'll meet an unorthodox manager of undercover cops nicknamed Handler Hank, a waitress with an interesting game called The Riddle of the Pots, a private investigator faced with a locked-room murder mystery at an outdoor firing range that is The Rich Man's Hobby, a money launderer who makes a big decision in a short amount of time to see if Blood Tells, a detective whose last case might just have been solved by a ghost providing a Secret Suggestion, and a father-and-daughter team of art thieves who have a long night just trying to Finish the Job.

I hope you enjoy Crime Capsules; take one now and see how you feel in the morning.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016514178
Publisher:
FNG Press
Publication date:
04/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
237,344
File size:
104 KB

Meet the Author

Vincent H. O’Neil brings a wealth of life experience to his writing. After graduating from West Point, he served in the US Army Infantry for nine years in both stateside and overseas assignments. After that he earned a Master's degree in International Affairs from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Among his many different experiences, he has provided consulting services to a software development firm, managed risk in a major corporation, created marketing campaigns, and worked as an apprentice librarian.

After writing in his spare time for many years, he finally got published by winning the St. Martin’s Press "Malice Domestic” Writing Competition in 2005. His critically-acclaimed debut novel, Murder in Exile, was the first in a mystery series featuring the background-checker Frank Cole. It was followed by Reduced Circumstances, Exile Trust, and Contest of Wills.

Death Troupe, the first book in a theater-based series featuring the playwright Jack Glynn, was published in 2011. All four of the Frank Cole mysteries have been released in paperback by Harlequin, as has Death Troupe.

For sample chapters, reviews, and useful links, please visit his website:

www.vincenthoneil.com

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